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- Financial Planning for College
College planning in divorced families can be a challenge. But a family law attorney can assist you during the process of financial planning for your child’s educational expenses.
- Steps to Take Before Getting a Divorce
As much as getting a divorce is an emotional decision, it is also a financial decision. Once someone has made the decision to pursue a divorce, he or she should immediately take steps to safeguard his financial and legal interests.
- Pregnancy and Divorce
Pregnancy can be a time of great joy for couples, but it can also be a time of tremendous stress. What happens if a couple gets a divorce (or is in the process of divorcing) while the wife is pregnant? There are many unique legal issues raised under these precarious circumstances.
- Divorce and Illness
Two researchers from Iowa State University and the University of Indianapolis have released the findings of a study funded by the US National Institute on Aging.
- Impact of Domestic Violence
Victims of domestic violence react to being attacked or abused in different ways. Individuals may feel angry, afraid, confused or even emotionally numb.
- Enforcing Grandparents Visitation After Divorce
Often grandparents are met with obstacles from the custodial parent in an attempt to keep them from visiting with their grandchildren.
- Hidden Financial Assets During Divorce
Dividing assets during a divorce is a complicated process, especially for wealthy families.
- Termination of Alimony Due to Cohabitation
On September 10, 2014 Governor Christie signed into law an alimony reform statute that addressed many spousal support related concerns raised by various advocacy groups over the past few years.
- How The Court Determines Joint Managing Conservatorship
“Conservatorship” is the word that Texas law uses to describe custody in divorce and suit affecting the parent child relationship (custody for the unmarried) cases. The people who get custody are known as “conservators.”
- Social Networking Sites and Divorce Discovery
Social networking sites vary on their ease of use in terms of acquiring discovery. It is important to know the varying nuances if social network evidence is important to your divorce or family law matter.