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How To Make Family Court As Painless As Possible

Make It Easy On Yourself A lot of people who have gone through the family court process can tell you that you really get put through the ringer during a child custody or divorce case. The task ahead of a

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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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What Rights Your Kids Have About Custody And Visitation Between Their Parents

Kids Choosing For Themselves   In some cases children that are in the middle of family legal issues, and are becoming young adults, feel that they want to make the choice for themselves about where they want to live. This

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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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How To Win In Family Court In The Best Interests Of Your Children.

Building A Better Future             It may sound like a line from a cheesy ad campaign on television but that is essentially what you’re doing when you’re raising your children; we’re building a better future for not only our society

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Texas Child Custody Laws and Guidelines

Texas Child Custody Guidelines What’s conservatorship (custody)? What kinds are there? In Texas, custody is known as “conservatorship.” Conservatorship is utilized to describe the legal rights and responsibilities of a parent. A judge could give conservatorship to 1 or each

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Illinois Child Custody Guidelines And Laws

Child Custody laws in the state of Illinois Physical Custody Physical custody implies that a parent has the right to possess a child to reside with him or her. Some states will grant joint physical custody to each parent in

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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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What can I do if the other parent kidnaps my child?

Can I go pick up my child or children from the other parent if there is no court order? The answer is:  it all depends.  Depends on whether there is a court order, or if the parents are married or

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Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines in Minnesota

MINNESOTA CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION 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 Minnesota, should you choose to legally separate or proceed with

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