Ending Your Marriage Amicably

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Ending Your Marriage Amicably

Nothing is more terrifying than ending your marriage. After years of building a life together, it can be difficult to move forward separately. When I decided that things weren't going to work out with my first husband, it took a lot of courage to meet with a divorce lawyer and take care of things. However, working with the lawyer was one of the best decisions that I made. In addition to diffusing the situation, my lawyer helped me to ask for the right things and get what I deserved. My blog is dedicated to helping other people to end their own marriages amicably.

Child Support And Its Enforcement: What You Need To Know

If you are parents who are divorcing, your minor children and their needs play a major role in your divorce agreement. The courts take a strong stance on providing legal protections for these vulnerable and innocent parties in a divorce situation, and the judicial system has enacted stringent laws to ensure that their care continues past the final decree. Child support laws and guidelines have been put in place, and the courts take their enforcement seriously, so read on for more information about laws enacted to ensure that minor children are financially protected with child support. Read More 

Adopted Child Custody Battle Against Birth Parents: What A Lawyer Can Do

Did the birth parents of your adopted child threaten you about getting custody back? You will need to hire a lawyer to handle the dispute cordially and prevent your child from going through a stressful situation. Find out in this article why hiring a lawyer is the best way to get through a child custody dispute with birth parents, as well as what his or her assistance is estimated to cost. Read More 

Child Custody In Cases Of Child Abuse: Questions And Answers

As a parent, you want to protect your child from any type of harm, even if the injury is being caused by your spouse. The law recognizes that children are not strong enough or old enough to combat abuse, and if there is valid proof of child abuse or neglect, a child may be removed from a home. In cases where one parent is the abuser, custody of the child may be relegated to the " Read More 

3 Child Support Myths Debunked

Child support tends to have a number of myths associated with it. Failure to clear up these myths can lead to financial trouble for the child and custodial parent and legal trouble for the court-ordered payer. Below are three common child support myths and the facts behind them. Myth #1: As Soon as the Child Turns 18, Child Support is No Longer Paid While your child may legally be considered an adult on their eighteenth birthday, the age of 18 doesn't always mean child support ends. Read More 

Tips for Finding a Quality Child Custody Lawyer

Divorce, as unpleasant and often painful as it is, is a fact of life in some cases. It's an unfortunate event in any person's life. And when children are involved, it's even more layered and challenging. If you have children and you're getting divorced, they are your highest priority. You want the best for them, and in some cases, that means you want to fight for full or partial custody. Ensuring your children are safe and healthy is of utmost importance. Read More