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- 12/01/14--06:00: _What to Do When You...
- 12/09/14--11:28: _Protecting Parents ...
- 12/18/14--06:00: _How Does Religion F...
- 01/19/15--06:00: _Relocating Your Chi...
- 02/19/15--06:00: _Putting Together a ...
- 08/27/15--07:00: _Custody Considerati...
- 08/01/17--07:00: _What Can’t You Do w...
- 12/01/14--06:00: What to Do When Your Ex is Past Due on Child Support Payments
- 12/18/14--06:00: How Does Religion Factor into Custody Arrangements?
- 01/19/15--06:00: Relocating Your Child Out of State After a Divorce
- 02/19/15--06:00: Putting Together a Solid Transportation Plan for Visitations
- 08/27/15--07:00: Custody Considerations for Infants
- 08/01/17--07:00: What Can’t You Do with a Prenuptial Agreement?
There may be situations in which your ex falls behind in child support payments, causing financial hardship for you as the custodial parent. Whether there is any malicious intent on the part of the support-paying parent is irrelevant — he or she has a legal obligation to fulfill the terms of the support arrangement. If... Read More »
My firm has handled thousands of cases involving Child Protective Services (CPS) neglect allegations and we have recently won a published appeal that has clarified the law in connection with the CPS definition of neglect. Teachers, doctors and others in certain professions have mandatory rules that force them to report anything that could be deemed... Read More »
In some circumstances, courts may look at the way children are impacted by religion in determining which parent will get child custody in a divorce. It is one of five decisions made by married parents that must be made jointly, alongside decisions of residence, health care, recreation and education. As courts analyze how religion impacts... Read More »
When divorces occur, it’s somewhat common for one parent to relocate out of the state. However, it’s also important to consider how such a relocation could affect the children in the relationship. Moving out of state with children after a divorce has an impact on more than just the parent who wants to relocate. The... Read More »
When parents get divorced, one of the child custody considerations they will have to make is when the non-custodial parent will have visitation time and how children will get to and from those scheduled visitations. One of the best ways to strengthen these visitation plans is to include a thorough transportation plan so that everyone... Read More »
Resolving child custody and visitation issues is often a complicated process fraught with emotion, and perhaps never more so when a baby is involved. While the “best interests of the child” is the standard typically applied by judges in awarding custody, it may be less clear with infants who can and should be caring for... Read More »
A prenuptial agreement is an effective tool to help you keep your finances separate, protect yourself from potential debt, keep your property in your family, clarify who is responsible for what during your marriage and planning what happens to your property in the event of a divorce. However, there are limits to what prenuptial agreements... Read More »