Ex-Spouse Moving Away And Wants To Change Your Custody Agreement?

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It can be very difficult sharing custody of a child with an ex-spouse, but it is easy to make it work when you're both living near each other. However, the situation becomes much more complicated when your ex-spouse wants to move far away. It can majorly disrupt the custody agreement, making things very complicated for everyone involved. There are three possible outcomes that can happen. It's possible that the court will not allow the custody agreement to be modified, keeping things in your court with retaining custody.

14 March 2019

Spousal Support And Alimony: Common Myths And Misconceptions

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According to the American Psychological Association, 90 percent of Americans marry at least once before the age of 50. Of these couples, approximately 40 to 50 percent later get divorced. When a couple gets divorced, one of the former spouses could be entitled to alimony or spousal support. Alimony is typically ordered when one spouse is financially dependent upon the other, and after the divorce, they will need help to retain their current quality of life.

25 January 2019

Selecting A Defense Attorney For A High Profile Crime

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There are crimes that will make waves in every city. If you find yourself caught in the crosshairs of a criminal case that has been highly publicized in your city or state, you may find that life will be anything but normal. You will have newspapers and reporters attempting to talk to you, your family and friends may be followed by media, and you will find every part of your life publically scrutinized.

5 December 2018

Child Abuse and Child Custody: What to Know

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When parents divorce, child custody can be a very contentious issue. Child abuse can cause widespread problems that can affect not just your divorce but also everyone involved. The family court system takes a hard stance on allegations of child abuse and so do the criminal courts. Read on to learn more about how this unfortunate situation could affect your child custody agreement. What Is Meant by Child Abuse? Child abuse can be open and obvious or hidden and subtle, and any form of child abuse can cause a parent to lose custody or visitation rights.

30 October 2018

Common Child Support Misconceptions

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Divorce is difficult. Not only does it cause a good amount of emotional distress between you and your spouse, but it can also affect family and friends. Of course, if you and your spouse have children, divorce can be even more overwhelming. One of the most challenging parts of divorcing when children are involved is deciding who pays child support and how much is actually paid. Unfortunately, you may believe a few myths regarding this important financial support.

17 September 2018

Telltale Signs Of Child Abuse

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There are few things as disheartening as learning that your beloved child is being abused. It's even worse if you suspect your partner, the child's other parent, is the abuser. Here are some of the signs that should make you suspect a child is being abused. Unexplained Injuries Unexplained or poorly explained injuries are some of the most common signs of child abuse. For example, you may notice the child getting "

17 July 2018

How To Deal With Court-Ordered Visitation Not Being Allowed

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Divorce can be very hard to deal with, especially when you have kids that are taken away from you. However, it becomes even worse when your former spouse is not letting you see your kids according to the court ordered visitation schedule. Here are some things you can do to help you deal with it. Don't Be Frustrated Around Your Kids It is normal to feel frustrated when you cannot see your kids.

30 April 2018