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Single Parenting and Single Families – How To Respond

When Enough Is Enough   A lot of parents across America are stuck in bad family situations. Whether it’s a new mother being mistreated in her relationship, a father having the time with his kids infringed upon or a grandparent

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Spending Time With Your Children During The Holidays

Maximizing Time With Your Kids Well it’s the holiday’s folks and you know what that means: lots of food, relatives you may only seen once or twice a year and that tornado of wrapping paper left in the wake of

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Georgia Child Custody with Military Personnel

Georgia Custody Effects On Military Personnel Georgia considers the effect of custody on Military Personnel in Title 19-9-3.  Georgia weighs many of the diverse effects of custody on military personnel and has set out structured guidelines for both parents and

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GEORGIA Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

GEORGIA Custody And Visitation Guidelines The Georgia child custody laws and courts differ slightly from other states in some aspects, making it important to prepare before court.  Georgia child custody laws are focused on providing the child with a custody agreement that will

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Getting The Right Custody Or Visitation Schedule

Asking For The Right Thing   A lot of the time, in family court, parents don’t know what to petition for, they just know they want time with their kids and they want it now. In a court room scenario,

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How To Avoid Intimidation In The Court Room

Intimidation In The Court Room   Being intimidated by your ex is a common occurrence in family court scenarios. A lot of the people that call us everyday are afraid to move forward with their case because they don’t want

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Posted in Bullying, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Contempt, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Fathers Rights

Two Important Tips For Court Room Success In Family Law

  Tips for Success in the Court Room             Sometimes it’s the little things that count the most in life, a court room setting can be quite similar. There are always going to be do’s and don’ts for these kinds

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Tips On How To Be Successful In Family Court

Keep Your Eye On The Ball             A lot of parents out there who are having an issue that falls within the realm of family law have a hard time thinking objectively and get led by the inevitable emotions that

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Posted in Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Joint Custody, Uncategorized

Concerning Divorce and Grounds For Divorce

Basic Information Concerning Divorce Divorce is defined as a legal proceeding governed by state law that terminates a marriage relationship. Divorce is referred to in some states as dissolution of marriage. Once a divorce is final, parties to a divorce

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North Carolina Custody and Visitation Guidelines

North Carolina Custody and Visitation Guidelines North Carolina is a rare state where issues of child custody are most often decided by consent between the parties. Custody arrangements do not have to be submitted to or signed off on by

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