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- Men After Divorce: How to Recover
Divorce an affect men in a unique manner. Here are some of the challenges for men who are facing divorce.
- Jail Isnít Always the Best Option for Those Owing Child Support
Often times, custodial parents might agree that someone who doesnít pay child support should be forced to deal with the potential consequences. For example, many people feel that any father who flees the country to avoid having to pay child support should wind up spending time behind bars. Sending the individual to jail might not be the smartest move for the family, which is the case in one situation recently.
- In Divorce: Preparation Helps Lead to Settlement
The vast majority of clients who have a family law matter would like to reach a reasonable settlement. The question is how do they get there when a case cannot settle from the very beginning. This article addresses how preparation is the best way to achieve settlement in a case that does not initially settle.
- What is a divorce settlement hard to reach when both parties want to settle?
Parties to a divorce almost universally want to settle their case in a general sense. However, even when both want to settle, parties often have a difficult time coming to a concrete settlement once they get into specific terms. This article addresses the problems many parties face in trying to settle a divorce.
- 12 Mistakes That Guaranty You Will Come Up Short in Your Divorce Settlement
If you are like most out there, you have neither planned, wanted or prepared for a divorce. Lack of information about the divorce process, combined with the emotional angst your are experiencing, could cause you to make improper decisions that can have negative repercussions for years to come.
- What Are Your Legal Options for Establishing Paternity?
Paternity can be an issue when the mother and father of a child are not married or when the mother is recently divorced, has not re-married and the biological father is not her ex-husband.
- Structuring Florida Parenting Plans to Provide for Emergency Care for Asthmatic Children
When Florida parents of asthmatic children are going through a dissolution of their marriage the circuit courts must approve a parenting plan which provides for emergency medical care and medical decision making as it relates to the minor asthmatic child.
- Post-Dissolution of Marriage Considerations for Special Needs Children Subject to Parenting Plan Litigation
In order to properly address the issues that will be facing parents of special needs children following the dissolution of a Fort Lauderdale Florida marriage it is imperative that the litigating parties either employ a Broward County special needs divorce attorney or make their Fort Lauderdale dissolution of marriage attorney aware of those certain and uniquely specific realities that effect their child and impair their ability to parent, support and time share for that child.
- Talking to your Kids About Divorce
Divorce can affect your children, both at the time of the divorce and in the future. Emotional effects can include conditions such as anger, depression and fear. Since divorce can greatly influence your children, itís important to talk to them and help them cope.
- Understanding Your Options When a Former Spouse is Delinquent on Child Support or Alimony Payments
In many alimony and child support cases, the spouse required to pay support is either neglectful or purposefully opposed to paying.