Divorce & Family Law Articles

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How Domestic Violence Affects Custody in Orange County
Where a person is dealing with issues of domestic violence, the first step to take would be to safeguard the safety of the child concerned. If you feel that the minor is in direct danger, one should visit the police station immediately or go to court
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Collaborative Divorce
A collaborative divorce is about cooperation, not litigation. The parties agree to remain out of Court and focus on creating solutions that address the needs and goals of the parties and their children.
Schmitt Law Limited Scope Family Law Services
There are times when you simply do not require the services of an attorney throughout your entire family law case.
If you're going through a divorce, or in the midst of a custody battle, it's important to understand what the custody terms means in Michigan. In Michigan, the courts recognize two types of custody: physical and legal.
Relocation of a parent in Tennessee
Relocation of a parent in Tennessee
Modification of parenting time
Can I get a modification of my parenting schedule?
Divorce in Middle Tennessee
Starting the divorce process...
A Client's Introduction to Divorce
A summary of divorce legal procedure and the factors used in deciding child custody, parenting time (visitation), child support, property division, and spousal support (alimony).
Parenting Rights In A Post-Marriage Equality Act World
Technology continues to outpace the law, and logically will always do so. The repercussions are difficult when it affects the best interest of children. This conundrum of the law and technology is out of step in a custody case here in Michigan. Michigan must update its custody laws.
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