Temporary Alimony: Considerations and How Long it Lasts

Sometimes, alimony is permanent, especially in cases where one spouse is dealing with physical problems and can’t go back to work. However, temporary alimony is a bit different, and is received while litigation is pending. While the divorce is being finalized, the spouse receiving alimony is provided continued support by the dependent spouse. The court… Continue reading →

When Your Ex is Not Following the Divorce Decree

Divorce decrees, or judgments, are put in place by the court and must be abided by like any other court matter. If one spouse is not abiding by the order, the other spouse can take action and take steps to enforce the order. Some of the most common ways to violate the decree include matters… Continue reading →

Can an Adoption be Reversed After it Was Finalized?

When you hear the word ‘adoption,’ you may think that this is permanent. However, depending on the circumstances of your case, an adoption may not be so permanent after all. Usually, even after an adoption has been finalized, it can be reversed by the court – however, there are strict laws regarding how this is… Continue reading →

Can You Call the Police Over Custody Order Violations?

When custody and visitation orders are put in place, they are meant to be followed. This is why, if you have an order in place, you may wonder what to do if your husband or wife violates it. Many people think that you must instantly contact the police, but this is not always the case…. Continue reading →

A Woman’s Perspective: What You Should Know About Divorce

One of the things that people fail to realize going through a divorce is that, because divorce can be rough, it can be time-consuming and complicated. There are many mistakes that a client makes when they are considering divorce or are in the process of finalizing divorce, as they assume that everything will be okay… Continue reading →

When am I Allowed to Deny Visitation Rights by the Other Parent?

If you have no custody order in place, usually anything is fair game. However, once that order is in place and instructing you on where your child goes at any given time, it is important to abide by what appears within. If your ex has a scheduled visitation with the child and you deny this… Continue reading →

If You Have Life Insurance and You Are Going Through Divorce

When you are going through a divorce, it is important to look at many aspects of your case, as changes may need to be made. For instance: your finances may change, your custody matters will be decided, and you will have to ensure that you put things in your name. But what happens to extremely… Continue reading →

When You Want to Introduce Your Significant Other to Your Child

Divorce can be a difficult time for all, and you may want to stray far from introducing more difficulties into the process, too soon. But what happens if you already have a significant other when you are going through the divorce process? For many people in America every year, this is a reality and parents… Continue reading →

Divorce: What it Can do and What it Cannot do for You

If you have been thinking about divorce, there is probably good reason – and moving forward may be in your best interest. However, there are also many reasons why a divorce can turn into a complicated matter, or be far from what you expected. Yes, divorce can sometimes be unpleasant, as it involves huge, complicated… Continue reading →

When Child Neglect Becomes a Part of Your Child Custody Case

Child neglect is a very serious form of abuse that presents itself in the lives of many children in the United States. Unfortunately, if you find yourself in the midst of a custody case, you may feel as if you must protect your child from child neglect. Perhaps one parent is neglecting a child, which… Continue reading →

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