Posts Tagged ‘Family Law’

How to be a More Effective Parent: What You Should Consider

Being a parent can be one of the hardest things in the world – but it is also the most rewarding. There are some things that you should consider when you are raising and encouraging children of your own, especially if you are going through a divorce. These steps are important to consider. Raising Children … Continue reading →

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Should I Press Charges if She Takes my Child From me?

You may be feeling many emotions if your ex-spouse is disobeying your custody order and ultimately keeping your child from you. Let’s say that you were supposed to pick your child up for their weekly visitation and, when you tried to, your ex-spouse didn’t allow him to leave the house. There was absolutely no reason… Continue reading →

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Cohabitation Property Agreement: Unmarried Couples

These days many people decide to live together for awhile before or instead of getting married. There may be several different reasons for this, but mostly people either want to get to know the other person better by living together before they decide to get married, the couple doesn’t believe in marriage, or the couple… Continue reading →

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How to Stop Domestic Violence

Domestic violence has been a large social and criminal concern for a very long time, and it continues to be so. Many victims of domestic violence don’t feel comfortable calling the police or doing anything that may get their abuser in any kind of trouble, because they are afraid of the repercussions they will suffer… Continue reading →

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Tips For Unmarried Parents Who Want to Raise Children Together

A lot of people, especially in recent years have decided upon living together either before or instead of marriage. There are several varying reasons for this, but the most common reasons are that the couple wants to live together and get to know each other better before deciding to get married, the couple doesn’t believe… Continue reading →

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Changing Your Name After Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a very stressful thing to have to go through, and many women who get divorced and had their last name changed when they were married, want to have their maiden name restored to them. Having this done is usually a very simple matter, but it does vary by state… Continue reading →

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Five Essential Tips For Divorcing in 2015

It’s 2015: there is an app for just about everything, flying robots are now doing deliveries for sites like amazon.com, and the car company Tesla just invented an automobile that drives itself, which will hit commercial markets within the next few years. Time, technology, are changing, expanding, shattering vestiges of what was common only 10… Continue reading →

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Types of Domestic Abuse, How a Family Law Attorney Can Help

Domestic Abuse, or Domestic Violence, is defined by the Department of Justice as patterned abusive behavior in any relationship used by one partner to gain or maintain control of their intimate partner. There are many types of domestic abuse, many ways one partner may inflict suffering on another, and many, many people, especially women, who… Continue reading →

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Forcing Child Counseling During Divorce: Can It be Done?

Divorce is an incredible life upheaval. Even if the process is completely amiable, smooth, and reassuring for both sides, the seizable change will take time and commitment to adjust to in a healthy way. And you can be sure, before anyone reaches a stable point of peace, there will be small bumps along the way;… Continue reading →

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Visitation Breaches: What Should I Do?

Divorce and legal separation can get sticky; disagreements, fights, and deep rooted resentment during the proceeding can make your relationship with your former spouse extremely uncomfortable, to say the very least. This in combination with a child custody agreement that is difficult for one spouse can lead to severe custody problems, such as visitation breaches…. Continue reading →

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