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Making The First Move In Family Law

Take The Power Away From Your Ex   In a lot of family law matters, parents can feel overwhelmed, powerless or hopeless in the face of an ex spouse that has more money than they do, is more prepared they

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Family Court, Parental Rights

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

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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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Family Court, Joint Custody

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

Tips On How To Be Prepared To Go Through Family Court And Win

Court Room Preparation               A lot of people don’t know what to expect when they begin a custody battle in family court. If you’re like most parents out there with little to no experience with the court/legal system, you’re

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, child custody battles, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Parenting Tips

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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Tips On How To Win Custody Of Your Children

Supporting Your Case   A lot of parents start a court case for custody or visitation of their children or make a move to modify something that is already in place, and have no idea what they can show to

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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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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court
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