Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tips For Step Parents In Family Law

Step Families             The conventional family, it seems, is becoming less common in America. More often than not you find families that are made up of other families because someone got divorced, remarried, had more children or adopted their new

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How To Go To Court If You’re Representing Yourself.

Tips For Parents In Family Law There’s a lot of advice out there for parents having to go through a divorce and custody battle; choosing the right sources to listen to is paramount. Most mothers and fathers out there start

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court

Tips On How To Deal With Stress In Family Court

Parents Under Duress             Often times in family law parents are put through the ringer in terms of the stress involved in fighting for custody of their children. It’s not uncommon to hear stories of parents who have been going

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Tips For Single Parents For Raising Their Children

Being A Single Parent                 Being a single parent is hard, no question about it. A lot of parents don’t realize the difficulty of being a single parent in today’s world. Most people are so focused on the issue of

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How To Get Joint Custody Of Your Child In Family Law

Joint Custody Agreements                 If you’re beginning a case in family law, it’s important that you weigh your options carefully and make the decisions that are necessary for the right outcome to come about through the next course of events

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How To Request A Continuance For A Court Date

What exactly is a continuance?  It changes or postpones the date of a hearing for an open case. When you do not believe that you have enough time to get prepared for a hearing, attend a hearing, or meet the

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Filing First Can Help You Win Custody Of Your Kids

  Filing First Can Help You Win Your Case   There are definite pros and cons to filing first in a child custody or divorce case. In family law, what matters most is what’s down on paper. Having the right

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Child Custody Laws In New York

Acquaint yourself with Child Custody Laws and statutes inside the State of New York A New York family court considers quite a few factors when determining child custody. Parents who want to file for child custody in New York should

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What To Do If You’re Going Through A Divorce In Family Law.

Getting A Divorce Is A Big Decision                 If you’re a parent having trouble with your ex, getting a divorce and mucking around with the resulting child custody dispute in court is a big decision and requires a lot of

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How To Successfully Talk To Your Children During Your Divorce

Communication Breakdown                 The emotional connections we have between others is what binds the world together. As a parent, the relationships we share with our children are strengthened by our interactions with them. One of the best ways to increase

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, child custody battles, Children, Divorce, Family Court, Parenting Tips
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