Things You Want Your Custody Attorney To Address For You

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If you are just now going into a custody case, or you know that you are about to, you will want to take some time to think about all of the things that you will want your custody attorney to address for you. This would be either with the other parent, their attorney, or with the judge directly. The more you prepare for your custody case, the more likely it is that you will not walk away from this situation without feeling properly represented and heard by the courts.

22 July 2019

5 Reasons To Hire A Family Adoption Attorney

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Choosing to adopt can be an amazing way to expand your family while also making a difference in the life of a child. It can be a complex process to go through adoption, so it's in your best interest to use experienced professionals to guide you along the way. Many couples and families choose to hire a family adoption attorney so they have added legal support along the way. This is recommended.

24 May 2019

Separation and Car Issues: What to Know

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When a divorce is threatening, the number of important issues can quickly pile up. You and your spouse will need to make some decisions about property and some of those decisions should be accomplished sooner rather than later. During separation, certain items of property should be addressed using temporary orders. These orders can apply to a number of issues, such as child custody, spousal support, and use of the family's vehicles.

21 March 2019

Avoid These Divorce Financial Pitfalls At All Costs

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A divorce brings the opportunity to make many important financial decisions and with that comes the chances to make mistakes as well. The following list of financial blunders can all be avoided so read on and take note. Taking Divorce Property at Its Face Value A divorce means a split of marital property and a fair and equitable distribution is the goal of a property settlement agreement. Your property will be valued in an effort to form an accurate number, but some pieces of property cannot be defined by market values.

24 January 2019

Prenuptial Agreements: What They Can And Can't Do

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If you are getting married in the near future, it can make smart financial sense to enter into a prenuptial agreement. Regardless of what some people may believe, a prenuptial agreement is considered a legally-binding contract that does not end your marriage before it begins. Instead, it is simply a private contract between you and your spouse that essentially acts similar to that of an insurance policy. A prenuptial agreement clearly outlines how you and your spouse would like things to be handled regarding property and other things in the event that your marriage dissolves in the future.

9 December 2018

Arguments for Convincing Your Spouse to Hire a Divorce Attorney

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If you and your spouse will be divorcing and you both feel as though the process will be largely straightforward, your spouse may indicate that he or she isn't going to hire an attorney. If you've already met with a divorce attorney and have discerned that legal representation during this time is important, it's ideal if you can convince your spouse to hire an attorney, too. It's possible that your spouse will be resistant to this idea, but you should do your best to convince him or her that this is a good idea.

22 October 2018

Mitigating Factors That May Afford You Leniency In A Criminal Court

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Have you ever wondered why some people get record-breaking punishments in criminal court while others receive relatively lenient sentences? Well, getting leniency in criminal court depends on several factors. For example, you may be able to get a lenient sentence if you can prove that: You Were Under Extreme Duress When Committing the Crime Being forced into a crime may not get you off the hook for the responsibility of the crime.

11 September 2018