How Serious Is a Non-Compete Agreement?

Fathers Rights – Questions and Answers

Q. My boyfriend and his ex-girlfriend have a child together. Even though they broke up before their son was born, they have always worked well together, come to agreement on any issues, and have never argued about money or child support.

Tips for Getting a No Fault Divorce in New York: Residency and Procedural Requirements

You can get a no fault divorce in New York by filing a complaint that alleges that your marriage has been irretrievably broken for a period of at least six months. Prior to the entry of a no fault divorce judgment, all financial issues (such as alimony and distribution of marital property) must be resolved – either by agreement of the parties or determination by a judge. To begin your no fault divorce proceeding in New York, you must satisfy New York’s residence requirements. Your divorce papers should be filed in the Supreme Court of the New York county where either you or your spouse lives. Because of New York’s complex procedural and substantive laws governing divorce, it is advisable to consult with an experienced New York divorce lawyer.

Full Custody Concerns

Q. My husband is planning to go to court to fight for full custody of his two daughters from his ex-girlfriend, with whom they’ve just shared without any legal arrangement. What things should he do now before he takes this to court to set him up for success?

How to Cope With Being a Stepmom

With every marriage comes baggage. If you’re marrying a man that has a child or two from a previous marriage or relationship, then you should know what you’re getting into before you make the commitment. Whether your husband has joint custody, full custody, or is the non-custodial parent to his child or children, you will inevitably have to deal with his ex at some point in time.

Fathers Rights and New Relationships

Q. My boyfriend and I have been dating for a few months, and he recently (within 6 months) got out of the relationship with his ex-girlfriend with whom he has a child with. Whenever he goes to pick up his son, he doesn’t want me around, and he has been keeping me a secret from his child’s mother.

Fathers Rights: How Can I Help Him?

Are you a mother wanting to help your son get custody of his kids from his ex-wife? Are you a grandma who wants to see her grandchildren, but can’t because of your son’s spiteful ex-girlfriend?

Fathers Rights: Support Your Man

It is true that while most men need to take more action in their own cases, there are also many things that women can do that will help the process. Support is the number one way that women can help the men in their lives with their various divorce and custody issues. Supporting someone you are in a relationship sounds like a no brainer, but it is too important not to mention.

Suspicion of Domestic Abuse

Q. My fiance’s ex is living with an abusive boyfriend, and there is concern as to his daughter in that living situation. She has full custody, but what can my fiancé do to make sure his daughter is safe and in a better living environment?

Further Reading: Woman Power by Dr Laura Schlessinger

Woman Power is the companion book to Dr. Laura’s recently published The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbances. It’s a workbook and follow up that includes information from many of the calls and letters she received after the first book was released.

Custody of Minor Children and Time Sharing

If the parents of one or more minor children are divorcing, one of the parents is typically designated the primary residential parent. The other parent is known as the secondary residential parent. In certain cases, the parents share equal time with the minor children.

Situations Attorneys May Encounter During a Custody Case and What to Do

Custody cases during a divorce are never a smooth endeavor. Many family members will try to make the other party feel as though they are the problem. The job of an attorney is to sift through the maze of reasons given by divorcing individual to get the truth and try to help them work out an amicable agreement.

Keeping Your House in a Florida Divorce

Keeping Your House in a Divorce, One of the first questions a divorce client often has is whether they can keep their house. Unfortunately, the answer depends on a whole host of issues, such as the amount of debt on the house, whether there are minor children, whether the individual can afford to keep the house.

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