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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Avoid These Money Errors During Divorce

Financial issues to avoid during divorce One of the trickier aspects of the divorce process beyond child custody is figuring out and managing finances, especially if there is no prenuptial agreement present and both spouses were accustomed to keeping a shared account. Since it can be tough to manage money during a marriage dissolution, it’s […]

Mistakes to Avoid During Child Custody Proceedings

Besides the emotions tied to the divorce process itself, child custody can also come with a host of strong feelings. From having to make—or having decisions made for you—on who the child will spend their days with to the potential acrimony, the child custody process can be painful. With that in mind, you don’t want […]

Parenting When Distance Is a Major Factor

Interstate child custody After a divorce, one parent may decide to move to a different state, whether it’s to be closer to family or to start fresh. In most cases, a court will award additional time-sharing to one parent when the other leaves the state rather than providing fair time-sharing. Parents reach an agreement to […]

Seeking Sole Custody of a Child

Are you thinking about getting a divorce? Perhaps your relationship has irreparably broken down. If children are involved, you may be thinking about pursuing sole custody. However, this may be easier said than done. You can’t in most cases prohibit your spouse from having a relationship with their child. However, you can restrict the amount […]

Understanding Motions for Temporary Custody

Depending on the case, family court cases can be a lengthy process. In some of these cases, time is of the essence and a resolution may be needed as soon as possible. For example, a motion for temporary custody may be a way to temporarily resolve a case. What is a motion for temporary custody? […]

Social Media May Derail Your Divorce Settlement

Social media is a fantastic tool to help you stay connected to friends, loved ones, and the rest of the world. At the same time, however, it can prove to be something of a double-edged sword as what you share on it can be brought up in court. This could affect your divorce settlement negatively, […]

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