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The Consequences of Getting Divorced

More and more people get divorced nowadays, lots of children having to suffer from these divorces, but these are sometimes the best solutions to choose, too, as some marriages simply stop working at a certain point. Once a husband and a wife get divorced, there are certain consequences and here are some of them.

Hiring a Military Lawyer to Fight Your Divorce Case

If you are serving in the armed forces and unfortunate circumstances have led you to the gates of divorce with your spouse then you should hire an expert Military Lawyer to represent your case. This is necessary since the military has different rules in divorce matters and only a lawyer well-versed with these rules can enable you to get a quick and painless divorce.

McKenzie Friends Help in Court

McKenzie Friends are there to help litigants in person especially in Family and Divorce Cases. Who are they and what can they do for you?

Understanding Emergency Ex Parte Restraining Orders & False Allegations

Often when a father is falsely accused of either domestic violence or sexual abuse, the spouse will immediately request and Emergence Ex Parte Restraining Order. Ex Parte means it can be a “one sided” deal and many times you may not even be notified. This means you have no opportunity to defend yourself or offer a rebuttal to the restraining order. There are several things that can occur when this takes place.

What to Do When You Are Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence Or Abuse As a Father

Often times in a domestic situation, false allegations will be made against the father stating that he has been violent or has sexually abused the children. And sadly, the real truth may seem to mean nothing, even to the family court system. But there are some things you can do that can help, and the first one is realizing that it can happen.

Fathers and Child Custody – Be Prepared to Be Accused!

Whenever a child custody issue goes to court, there is always the chance that there will be false accusations and allegations launched at the unsuspecting father. Woman will use this opportunity to cast a long, deadly shadow on the father’s character, and they do it with the support of the family court system. And while real abuse does occur, the problem in this situation is these allegations can be hurled without the woman having to actually prove any of it. All she has to do is make an allegation of either domestic abuse or sexual molestation and the dad will be hit with a ton of bricks by the courts.

Laid Off From Work and Slapped With Contempt? Make a Strong Defense!

If you are one of the many dads today who are no longer able to pay in full, or pay at all, their child support due to being laid off or having your hours reduced on the job, you could be in trouble. You may also be one of the many who find themselves in contempt of court for non-compliance. But in order for that to happen, the Ex has to prove that you are doing it on purpose. But you can offer a strong defense if you are properly prepared.

What to Do If Medical Reasons Prevent You From Paying Child Support

Many times, certain circumstances can cause you to be unable to pay your child support. Often unexpected medical problems can cause you to lose work or have to take some serious time off from your work. A vehicle accident can set you back or even cause permanent damage that changes your work situation. If this is the case and you been issued a contempt of court order, you can offer a defense when you show up for the hearing. It is simply a matter of being prepared.

Ten Ways of Defense for Contempt for Non Payment

If you get hit with a contempt of court for non-payment of child support, there are several defenses you can offer if indeed you are truly unable to pay and not merely ignoring the court order. Here are ten defenses you can offer the court that can help your case.

Using Tort Lawsuits to Fight False Allegations

If you are one of many fathers being hit with false allegations (such as domestic violence or sexual abuse) by your ex-wife, you might want to consider bringing a tort lawsuit to the forefront of your custody case. You can sue for defamation of character and many other things, which can help show your ex-wife you are serious in what you want and deserve from your custody case.

Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence Or Sexual Abuse? Fight Back With a Tort Lawsuit

It happens every day in the courts. A hostile ex-wife falsely accuses her husband of either beating her or the kids or sexually abusing one of them. It’s devastating to the Father and he is often left thinking there is nothing he can do. But that is simply not true. One of the things you can do to fight back is by filing what’s called a tort lawsuit.

Seven Tips for Appealing a False Allegations Restraining Order

No one ever wants to be accused of something falsely, yet it happens to fathers all the time during custody and divorce battles. When it does happen, it can be a true nightmare. Not only are you falsely accused of either domestic violence or sexual abuse, but you may have been issued a restraining order clear out of the blue. Here are some tips that can help you deal with that.

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