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Tips For Single Fathers In Family Law

  Single Fathers   Today we should talk about the single dad’s out there; the ones that really have a tough job ahead of them whether it’s fighting an ex-wife that throws obstacles in front of you at every turn

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Divorce, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Parenting Tips, Relationships, Single Parenting

How To Improve Your Chances Of Winning Your Court Case In Family Law

Improving Your Odds In The Court Room             A lot of parents going through the family court process start by calling around asking for legal advice or some kind of assistance for their family legal issue if they don’t know

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Joint Custody, Parenting Plans, Single Parenting

New Hampshire Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

New Hampshire Child Custody And Visitation Parental Rights in New Hampshire A parent’s right to be involved in the life of their child is fundamental under the New Hampshire Constitution, and the courts generally seek to maintain children’s contact with

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How Much Does A Family Attorney Actually Cost? Child Custody

Child Custody, Legal and Family Attorney Fees First off, what are the actual different forms of child custody?  Some of these include: Joint or shared custody Sole custody to one parent Split custody Third party/non-parental custody, including the child being

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How To Effectively Talk To Your Ex In Family Law And Get Custody Of Your Children

How To Communicate In High Stress Situations             Being able to talk rationally to your ex or their attorney in a family legal situation is going to help you more in your case than any high priced lawyer out there.

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What Do As A Teen Parent Seeking Custody Or Visitation Of Your Child

What To Do If You’re A Younger Parent Topics such as child custody, visitation or divorce are often discussed under the assumption that we’re talking about adults of legal age. There are a lot of new parents that are just

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Maine Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

Maine Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines Married Parents Maine family courts will not discriminate against a parent based on the parent’s gender or the child’s gender. When parents request joint custody, the Maine court will agree to the arrangement unless

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Delaware Child Custody and Child Visitation State Guidelines

Determining Custody and Visitation in Delaware Married or Unmarried Parents Family courts in Delaware do not discriminate against a parent’s gender for child custody purposes. When responding to a parent’s request for child custody in Delaware, the court will determine

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Connecticut Grandparent and Third Party Custody Visitation Guidelines

Connecticut Grandparent and Third Party Custody Visitation Guidelines Connecticut law defines “Grandparent” as a grandparent or great-grandparent related to a minor child by (A) blood, (B) marriage, or (C) adoption of the minor child by a child of the grandparent. 

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Connecticut Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines

Connecticut Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines Married Parents Parties who are married at the time of an infant’s birth have both legal and physical custody of their child.  However, in Connecticut, should you choose to legally separate or proceed with

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