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What To Look Out For In A Divorce Situation

The Reality Of Divorce Laws               Prenuptial agreements are something that a lot of people don’t think about or don’t want to bring up in the beginning of their marriage, for obvious reasons. Nobody wants to start a relationship

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What You Can Do About Biased Attorneys

Professional Bias Today I thought we’d talk about bias not only in the court room but from people in the legal community in general and what you can do about it if you feel you have fallen victim to third

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Posted in Child Custody, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Third Party Evaluators

How To Go Through The Family Legal Process

What You Need To Do In Family Law             If you’re like most parents having a family legal issue, the first thing you want to do is find some legal help; for most this means finding an attorney. You might

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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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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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Tips On What To Do About Biased Evaluators

What To Look Out For With Evaluators             In some cases it’s necessary to keep an eye on how an evaluator is doing their job when you are the focus of their attention. In general, a third party professional evaluator,

Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Mediation, Third Party Evaluators

Dealing With Professional Biased Opinions in Child Custody Battles

How to Combat Biased Third Parties In many child custody dispute a third party can be brought in to evaluate both parents, or in some cases the children as well, to make an accurate conclusion based on the facts present

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