Legal Articles, Child Support

Child Custody in Colorado

Often, parents will share joint legal custody (mutual decision-making authority) and work out a specific “parenting plan” (an agreed-upon schedule of time the child will spend with each parent) that best suits their child’s circumstances.

Inheritance and Divorce

As long as you do not commingle your inherited assets, your inheritance is generally not subject to equitable distribution in the event of divorce in the state of Missouri.

What's a Father To Do When a Custody Battle Looms During Massachusetts Divorce?

Fathers need to stay engaged with their children during divorce.

At What Age Are Children Most Traumatized by Massachusetts Divorce

Learn to work together. Because you're parents. You've got to work together for your children's sake.

What is Contempt of Court After a Massachusetts Divorce?

Penalties for refusing to comply with a court order include fines, wage garnishment, the suspension of your driver's license and jail time.

Divorce and the New "Custody" Case

You are getting a divorce and wonder who will be awarded the family pet.

Finalizing your Divorce

Your Judgment of Divorce has been signed. But, have you finalized the details? Just what are the details that you need to be concerned about? Read on...

Protective Orders

Summary of protective orders in Virginia

5 Tested Ways to Solve Parenting Conflict

Here are 5 techniques to consider using in dealing with parenting conflict.

Four Principles Leading to a Successful Divorce

The principles of a successful divorce are straightforward and can be done.

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