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Things to Include in a Written Rebuttal to False Allegation Restraining Order

One of the best things you can do when hit with a false allegations restraining order is to develop a well written rebuttal. Start off by obtaining a copy of the hearing transcript and then, with a clear head, begin putting together your letter to the courts to appeal the process. Here are some tips on how to formulate a level headed response.

What You Can Do to Fight Back – Dealing With an Ex Parte Restraining Order

If you, as the Father, are hit with an Ex Parte Restraining Order it can knock you off your feet fast. Your first inclination might be to panic and then to give in to anything and everything your ex wants. But a word to the wise: DON’T DO IT! There are ways you can fight back, and here are some of the basics that can help you get started.

What to Do If Your Ex Wife Tries Getting You to Break an Emergency Ex Parte Restraining Orders

Unfortunately, an Ex Parte Emergency Restraining Order is easily obtained when a father is falsely accused of either domestic violence or sexual abuse against his kids or his wife. And while it can be emotionally devastating you as the father, you also need to be aware that many women will play the, “Let’s get him to violate the restraining order” game.

What Will “Tesco Law” Mean For the High Street Solicitors in the UK?

What exactly will the new Legal Services Act 2007 mean to the local high street? Should high street firms be worried?

Reasons to Consider Divorce

Everyday thousands of people decide on divorce and in some cases, it can probably be avoided. However, if you are part of a couple where any of the following are occurring, divorce may be your only option.

Child Support Enforcement Guidelines Against Missouri Deadbeats – Putting a Lien on Real Estate

Collecting child support from a deadbeat dad can be tough. Here’s the answers to your Missouri child support questions.

What You Can Do If You Are Falsely Accused

Restraining orders, false allegations and defamation of character are all part and parcel of a custody battle for many dads. It often seems hopeless or you have no clue where to begin to fight back. You probably even feel like there is no reason to fight back – your battle was lost before you ever began. But take heart! There are some things you can do and here they are.

Things Not to Do at a Contempt Hearing in Court for Non-Payment

If you find yourself in a hearing because of a Contempt of Court charge due to nonpayment of child support, there are plenty of things you can do, which can be found in my eBook. But there are some things you should definitely not do as well. If you do these things, you can find yourself in worse trouble and can even help yourself towards jail time. So here are some things you should avoid doing in the courtroom.

Legal Child Custody in Divorce

Children of divorced parent will be tremendously affected their parents’ split. Although the divorce may have an ultimately positive affect on a child, there are many issues that will arise when it comes to deciding the child’s path. When questions come up regarding the legal matters that will affect the child, it is important for a couple to settle on how these decisions will be made.

Ways to Find the Best Divorce Lawyer

Going through a divorce can be traumatic. During this stage you may have to be very careful and take proper decisions so that your future doesn’t suffer. However, not all people can take divorce very easily. Many of them could be under mental stress and may not be able to take appropriate decisions at the right time. During such instances, you will require the assistance of able divorce lawyers who can help you to work out things in a proper manner.

Uncontested Divorce With Children

In the state of Florida, a couple seeking a divorce has two options: contested or uncontested divorce. If a dissolution is contested, it means that the two spouses cannot come to an agreement on the terms of the divorce and will likely have to go to court to reach a resolution. This type of divorce can be extremely expensive because it requires much more legal advising, negotiating, and court time. An uncontested divorce, on the other hand, is for couples who know they want a divorce and have agreed upon how their property should be split and how time and care for their children should be divided. Uncontested divorce is cheaper and is always the preferable option if possible.

Acquiring a Restraining Order

It can be very difficult to report domestic violence. Relationships are complicated, commitments can be hard to break, and many find that reporting the incident will put them in danger. However, it is very important that even the slightest incident of abuse is addressed. This may mean counseling. For cases where an individual’s safety is severely threatened, it may mean obtaining a restraining order.

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