All Parents Need To Know About Making Guardianship Plans

16 September 2021
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It's a mistake for only the elderly or the wealthy to consider estate planning. If you are a single parent, or even if you are married, you might want to consider making plans that will cover what happens to your children if you should pass away while they are still too young to care for themselves. Read on and find out more about how guardianship plans can cover that issue for you. Read More 

When Visitation Comes With Restrictions

18 May 2021
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Divorced parents abide by what is known as a parenting plan. This plan encompasses child custody, child support, visitation, and other common issues relating to children and divorce. The family court system takes pains to protect children during and after a divorce, and that means common issues like child custody remain open and subject to change should the need arise. In some cases, a parent could come under scrutiny for certain bad behaviors that the courts view as not being in a child's best interest. Read More 

3 Indicators That A Divorce Is Imminent And You Need Legal Help

9 March 2021
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Most people get married because they share the vision of a lifetime. At the start, you will share a strong bond of love and have great future ambitions. However, your marriage could change after some time, and you will start to argue, quarrel, and doubt the future of the union. You might wish to become independent from your partner. It is great to resolve the small differences, but the following signs indicate that a divorce is imminent. Read More 

You Have A Right To Child Support

16 October 2020
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The world of child support and custody isn't as wild as it seems. Legally there are only a few things that are truly governed by the courts. Outside of those, you can't really force the other parent to do something, and that includes seeing the child as long as they are following all court-ordered requirements. If you feel like you're not getting enough support overall from the other parent -- monetary or otherwise -- the only things you can really go after are enforcing the already existing agreements that the court has set up. Read More 

Tips To Help You Hire The Right Divorce Attorney

12 June 2020
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Hiring a divorce attorney is a bit like finding the perfect pair of shoes. There are a lot of great ones out there, but not everyone is the right one for you. The decision of which attorney to hire is not a decision you should take lightly. Here are some tips to help you choose the right one. 1. Do not share an attorney with your ex-spouse. Sometimes couples figure they will save some cash by sharing an attorney. Read More