Legal Articles, Divorce & Family Law

What Constitues a Legal Marriage in Georgia

A marriage license might not be the only way in which to prove a valid marriage occurred.

10 Common Mistakes People Make Before Filing for Divorce

Unfortunately, divorce is a common issue many couples deal with today. In the State of Florida, our firm deals with divorces on a daily basis. Although no two couples are the same, many make the same mistakes prior to filing for divorce in Florida. Here are some of the most common mistakes:

COVID-19 And Co-Parenting, What Does The Law Say?

In Alberta, we now have a leading case on how parties should behave in light of COVID-19. In the case of SAS v LMS, 2020 ABQB 287, the honorable Mr. Justice Robert A. Greasser heard an emergency application on April 22, 2020.

Rebuilding Your Credit Score After Filing Bankruptcy

The attorneys at My AZ Lawyers and Alison C. Briggs explore the options that a person has to rebuild their credit after filing for bankruptcy. It's really easy to rebuild your credit score after bankruptcy in a great deal less time than 7 or maybe 10 years. You simply have to establish goals and be on track. Learn how to do that here.

Do You Need a Divorce Financial Settlement? Yes, and Here's Why

If you have any questions about your divorce financial settlement, discuss them with your St. Louis divorce lawyer and make sure to talk to them about any concerns you may have about your financial future as a divorced person.

Why Hyper-Vigilance Ruins Relationships

Learn How Hyper-Vigilance Can Ruin an Otherwise Healthy Marriage.

NEW YORK CHILD SUPPORT: WHAT EVERY DIVORCING PARENT NEEDS TO KNOW

All parents are obliged to provide for their children’s basic needs, such as food, clothing, shelter, medical and educational costs, and health insurance. When they divorce, child support is the way that the non-custodial parent continues to honor that obligation.

4 WAYS TO PUT YOUR KIDS FIRST DURING A DIVORCE

Divorce is hard; there’s no way of getting around that fact. When kids are involved, the split can often be even more emotional, leaving many parents wondering what they can do to help their children through the difficult transition. No matter what stage of divorce you’re in, these tips can help you and your most precious assets—your children—stay connected and emotionally balanced.

Proving or (Dis)proving Being a Child's Parent

In a divorce or parentage case, there needs to be proof that the child is yours. Some of these require active steps and others are automatic presumptions. For the latter, it's important that you take steps early on - otherwise, you may end up being responsible for supporting a child which is not your biological child.

5 Instances When You May Consider Separation Over Divorce

Being in a marriage that makes you unhappy can be very hard for anyone, especially if the situation is complicated or involving minor children, a family business, common debts, etc.

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