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Does Child Support Eventually End?

It can feel that the payments will never stop if you are a parent paying child support, and that’s particularly true if the amount you’re required to pay isn’t one you agree with. Yet child support does cease, and based on the situation, that expiration date could be different. Let’s take a look at the […]

Spending Time With Children During the Upcoming Holiday Season

With the holiday season kicking off in just a few weeks, this time may bring out strong emotions among divorced couples with children. Often, one parent may wish to spend a certain holiday with the child which may lead to conflict. You may find that if circumstances allow, spending the holidays together reaps great benefits. […]

The Paternity Puzzle

Establishing paternity is one of the key ways to maintain a relationship with a child. Due to the legal ramifications involved, there are several ways a father can have or has his paternity established. Perhaps the easiest and obvious is marriage. Should the man be lawfully married when a child is born, he is automatically […]

COVID-19 Continues to Affect Family Law

COVID-19 has already made life harder for families but according to a Sun-Sentinel article, it’s also affecting family law. The article mentions a mother who was not allowed to see her son due to her alleged refusal to wear a mask. The woman’s son has asthma which increases his risk of contracting the illness. According […]

How Much Say Does a Child Have Regarding Custody?

In regards to child custody and time-sharing, these are decisions that are made by the court and the parents in an amicable divorce. Hence, if you’re curious as to whether a child has any decision-making leeway into making such decisions, the short answer is no, they do not. Although children can’t make decisions regarding custody […]

What’s an Annulment All About?

Divorce is when a marriage is legally dissolved and it often includes dividing assets as well as resolving several other marriage-related issues dependent on the state where the divorce petition was filed. An annulment is also a legal action that signals the end of a marriage. However, a key difference is that with an annulment, […]

A Brief Look at High Asset Divorces

Does your divorce involve large assets? If your marriage has significantly broken down, you may be eager to get the process over with as quickly as possible. With large assets, taking time means a divorce settlement that is fair and equitable. Failing to take all debts into account is among the most common errors made […]

What Is Parental Alienation?

“Parental alienation” is a term used to describe when a child prefers to ally themselves with one parent, often resulting in the other being rejected despite there not being a legitimate justification for the alienation. This often happens due to the influence of the “preferred” parent encouraging the child to reject the other parent. Children […]

Credit Reports and Divorce Proceedings

During a force, the court will ensure your assets and debts and those of your soon to be former spouse will be divided equitably versus equally. This is important to know because it means that the court will look to do what it deems fair instead of focusing on being equal. The court must therefore […]

Are You Divorcing? Examine Your Will

A divorce can be an overwhelming process, typically requiring a complete upheaval of your life. There are also factors that may come into play like child support, financial issues, or even bankruptcy in some cases. One thing that’s worth remembering and may get overlooked is your will. Usually, couples who have a will would have […]

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