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- Fathers Rights in California and What Every Dad Should Know
Fathers concerned about their California custody rights get a lot of bad information. This article will take the confusion and myth out of this area of family law and get dads who are going through custody cases off to a good start.
- Can A Parent Coordinator Alleviate Conflict After The Divorce?
A divorce is never easy, but there are ways that the distress of going through a divorce and the accompanying child custody hearings can be minimized.
- Child Relocation Law in Florida - Fla. Stat. 61.13001
Relocation is an issue that is often addressed either in an initial custody action or after an initial custody order has been established. Florida Statute 61.13001 specifically addresses the issue of relocation. This statute prevents a residential parent from relocating their residence more than 50 miles unless the parties enter into a written agreement before the move or a court approves the relocation.
- How to Fill Out a Family Law Financial Affidavit in Florida
In concept, a financial affidavit is a simple document. It is a sworn statement of your income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. The form for the affidavit is prescribed by the Florida Supreme Court. Both parties must file and serve a financial affidavit in a divorce case. Let me give you some ideas about what different expense might seem appropriate and then I'll tell you why each of them is defective:
- What Should You Learn About Child Support in Pennsylvania
If you are a resident of the Pennsylvania and looking for child support after separation, you would need to learn about the laws and regulations related to child support in Pennsylvania. Getting a divorce is undoubtedly one of the most difficult times in an individualís life and it becomes even more so when you have children in the picture. The divorce procedure becomes a lot more difficult when you have children.
- The Importance of Establishing Paternity
There are three ways in which someone can establish paternity, or legal fatherhood, in South Carolina; and there are numerous reasons why fathers or mothers may seek this legal action for their family. Establishing paternity is a financially responsible decision, and it can also establish parental rights and bring children a sense of identity.
- Law Would Expand Child Custody Rights for Military Parents
Congress will soon be considering a bill aimed at better protecting the child custody rights of military parents. The proposed new law, called the Service member Family Protection Act, would prevent family court judges from basing child custody decisions solely on service membersí past or future deployments. The bill seeks to amend the Service members Civil Relief Act to provide for the protection of child custody arrangements for parents who are members of the Armed Forces.
- Can I file A Florida Paternity Action Before My Child is Born?
Sometimes the relationship between an unmarried mother and Father falls apart before the child is born. In such a case, either parent may be forced to turn to the Courts to determine paternity and child support. Which begs the question: Can a party file a paternity action before the child is even born?
- Grounds for Divorce in New York
Cruel and Inhuman Treatment - this breaks down into either physical cruelty or mental cruelty. Mental cruelty requires a course of conduct likely to have physical manifestations and physical affects upon the innocent spouse. (New York Domestic Relations Law, Section 170.1)
- Effects of Divorce
The father child relationship is recognized under New York State Law to be equal to the mother child relationship. - Effects of Divorce - A divorce can affect many areas of your life. It can affect you financially and emotionally. It can cause changes in the relationship a parent has with his children. Our firm works extremely hard to protect the interest of men and fathers during the divorce process.