Does Your Spouse Want A Divorce? Know These Sneaky Tricks They May Try To Use


If your spouse is considering a divorce and has not told you yet, it's possible that they are acting in strange ways that is confusing and hurting you. These sneaky tricks may be to give them an advantage in divorce court when the proceedings start Baiting You Into An Argument Your spouse knows you better than anybody, and they know what can trigger you into an argument. If you are known to have a bad temper, they may try to use this against you in a way you would not have thought of.

7 February 2018

Learning More About Grandparental Custody


There are fewer greater loves than that of a grandparent for their grandchild, but in some instances that relationship may be threatened. If you are being denied time with your grandchild or you have reason to believe that their health and well-being are being jeopardized by the actions of the child's parents, the time may come to take legal action. Read on for some more information about your rights to seek custody of your grandchild.

8 November 2017

Are You Facing A Custody Battle? Why A Child Custody Lawyer Is Needed


If you suspect that you will soon be facing a legal battle regarding the custody of your children, you will need to think long and hard before you walk yourself into the battlefield alone. You will most likely want to have a child custody lawyer by your side the entire time. Here is why: Fights To Ensure You Get Proper Time The definition of proper time with your children will vary from one case to the next, as this can vary from case to case.

19 July 2017

How To Choose Your Battles In A Contested Divorce


You and your (soon to be former) spouse tried to have a civil divorce, but things quickly spiraled out of control. Now everything is being contested and it's become a major legal headache. It is possible to get out of this situation by carefully choosing your battles and knowing when to withdraw from unimportant details. Don't Nitpick Child Custody The hardest part of any divorce proceeding is managing child custody. All children deserve to have two parents in their lives, but it can be hard to decide who gets most custody of the child and how to split up visitation rights and child support.

11 August 2016

3 Options For Dealing With Child Custody If You Are Not Recognized As A Legal Parent


While same-sex marriage and divorce are now legal throughout the country, the specifics of each situation are still being worked out on a state level. One of the biggest questions for most LGBT couples who are now seeking a legal divorce in their state is what will happen to any children they share. In some states, it may not have been possible for a non-biological parent to adopt the child of their same-sex partner.

11 May 2016

3 Mistakes People Often Make In Their Divorce Case


Divorce isn't exactly something you can plan and prepare for. It tends to hit most people out of the blue. Instead of stressing out over the sheer thought of filing for divorce and going into full-blown panic mode, you need to take some time to step back and try and get things figured out. You don't want to end up making a costly mistake in your divorce case that will end up hurting you later on down the line.

16 February 2016

Child Custody Disputes: 4 Ways To Keep Social Media Posts In Line


It can be a constant uphill battle fighting for child custody. So, anything that you can do to ease the stress and risk of losing is necessary, which includes limiting your social networking presence. Yes, your presence online can be used against you in settlement talks and in trial, and among the last of things that you want or need to do is put your case in jeopardy because of something online.

3 January 2016