When you are in the middle of a divorce with custody issues appearing at the forefront of your problems, you may find that it is sometimes difficult to agree on certain matters. You may find yourself fuming while decisions are made or wondering if your child is being taken care of by the other parent…. Continue reading →
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Things You Shouldn’t do When You Are in a Custody Battle
Amy Montes on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
Lying on Income and Expense Declaration Forms: Why is it Done and How do You Prove it?
Amy Montes on Saturday, April 30th, 2016
When a couple is no longer together, all assets must be decided upon and expenses figured out. In the case of an Income and Expense Declaration Form, one of the most important documents filed in relation to child and spousal support proceedings, both parents must be completely honest within every section. However, some parties will… Continue reading →
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