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How To Enforce Your Rights As A Parent For Custody Of Your Children

What Does It Mean To Have Rights?               Some of the most common questions that parents call about to have to do with their rights as a parent. As Americans we have rights, as individuals we have rights and

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Posted in Child Custody, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Fathers Rights, Grandparent rights, Parenting Plans, Single Parenting

Interstate Jurisdiction In Family Law

Interstate Family Law             A lot of parents going through the family legal process have a few obstacles in their path that they need to deal with along the way to get custody or visitation of their children. The days

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Arizona, California, Change Child Support Laws, Connecticut Guidelines, Courtroom Preparation, Delaware Guidelines, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Grandparent rights, Maryland Guidelines, Minnesota, New Jersey Guidelines, New York Guidelines, Pennsylvania Guidelines, Texas Guidelines, Utah guidelines, Virginia Guidelines

How To Get The Right Information To Get Started On Your Family Legal Issue.

Knowing Where To Start             First off you need to assess the situation. If your ex is violating the court order you guys already have, is causing trouble regarding your time with the kids, not paying child support or just

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Posted in Arizona, California, Change Child Support Laws, Child Custody, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Modifications, Texas Guidelines, Utah guidelines

How To Determine If You Need To Go Through Family Court For Custody Or Visitation

Do I Need To Go To Court? If you’re new to the game in family law, you might be asking yourself if you need to go to court over the issue that’s concerning you. Some single parents out there find

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, child custody battles, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Modifications

What You Can Do About Court Room Bias In Family Law

Bias In The Court Room               A lot of dads out there feel like they won’t win their case because the courts tend to favor the mothers of the children involved in the legal matter over the fathers. This

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Third Party Evaluators

What To Do About Child Support Issues

  Child Support Issues             One of the most common calls that we get are from parents that are upset about their child support. Whether it’s too high, you feel you shouldn’t be paying child support anymore or you just

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

Information On Parental Rights And What You Can or Cannot Do In Family Court

Divorce And Property             Divorce and custody issues in family law are not always clean and easy. Unfortunately for some parents who are getting separated, ownership of property or any assets tend to be used as leverage against the other

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Divorce, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Third Party Evaluators

How To Establish And Enforce Your Rights As A Father In Family Court

  Rights For Single Fathers             Single fathers can have a hard time getting custody of their children if they’re facing allegations of abuse or are not on the child’s birth certificate or are fighting with an unreasonable ex. Timing

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Single Parenting

Tips On How To Be An Informed Parent

Being Involved With The Decision Making Process Of Your Child             While having a shared custody plan is one of the best desired outcomes for a custody dispute, it still takes time away from you that you could be spending

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, child custody battles, Divorce, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Parenting Tips, Power of Attorney

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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