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- Factors Determining Child Custody under Georgia Law
Going through a divorce is difficult on everyone, but a divorce can be particularly hard when you and your partner need to determine who gets custody of the kids. GA child custody law keeps the best interests of the child in mind, and who receives child custody will depend on a variety of different factors. The guidance of an experienced lawyer from is imperative if you want to win custody after a divorce.
- 10 Questions to Ask your Divorce Lawyer in Georgia: Part 2
A divorce is a delicate matter that should be handled by both experienced and helpful divorce lawyer. Ask the right questions to find the attorney that best fits your needs!
- 10 Questions to Ask your Divorce Lawyer in Georgia - Part 1
It important to have a list of questions to ask when you're deciding which divorce lawyer is right for you. Ask about their previous experience, rate per hour, and so forth. This will help you as you move forward.
- Q&A to Signing a Prenuptial Agreement in Georgia
Signing a prenuptial agreement in Georgia is a major decision. Always make an informed decision whether or not you decide to sign an agreement.
- Explaining the Differences between Family & Supreme Court in NY State
For couples seeking a divorce or families dealing with a family law issue, the difference between Family Court and Supreme Court in New York State may not always seem clear. Cases often involve both of these courts, and they share jurisdiction, or authority, over multiple domestic issues. Yet there are important differences between each of these courts.
- Grounds for Divorce- Insupportability of the Marriage
Many people wonder what can be the basis or grounds for a divorce in Texas. The Texas Divorce Lawyer is providing a series of articles on the 7 sins of the marriage, or in other words, the 7 grounds for divorce in Texas. The Texas Family code actually codifies and outlines the 7 grounds for divorce in Texas. There are 3 no-fault grounds for divorce and 4 fault based grounds.
- What Protective Orders Can and Cannot Do in Maryland
Protective orders might help you feel a little more safe and secure, but ultimately any protective order is a legal document. If you are in danger, removing yourself from the situation and seeking protection, may be the best bet.
- 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.
- Your Options for an Out of State Divorce
Florida is an attractive option for people seeking an out of state divorce because they have no requirement for legal separation and is quite predictable for divorce outcomes. Even so, there are still limitations in the jurisdiction of Florida when it comes to entering all or part of a divorce for marriages, which happened outside its borders. Some of these limitations include:
- Revised Child Custody Act of Pennsylvania
The provisions of the new Child Custody Act applied in this instance. E.D. v. M.P., 33 A.3d 73 (Pa.Super. 2011). The mother appealed from the trial court order that granted permission for the father to move from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, to Barton, New York, with the parties’ male child. The appeal required consideration of the procedures and legal standards set forth in the newly enacted Child Custody Act, 23 Pa.C.S. § 5321 et seq.