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5 Tips To Finding The Right Family Lawyer

Everyone wants to have, and live as a happy family. However this is not always possible as stress, misunderstanding and insufficient time for each other can lead to a strain in family relationships.

An Attorney’s Guide to Divorce-Related Tax Issues

There may be no glory in being a family law attorney these days, especially when it comes to dealing with the often challenging economic consequences in a divorce action. Clients may initially contact you with one issue related to their potential divorce, but often these concerns can quickly manifest as emotions and pressures begin to develop. Perhaps the questions attorneys resist the most or feel least comfortable in answering pertain to divorce-related tax matters. Many individuals, including those contemplating divorce, will be reaching out to you for answers to a variety of tax-related divorce questions. So, this may be the best time to revisit some of the questions you may be faced with.

The Absolute No Nonsense Truth Behind Prenuptial Agreements

Would you enter into a business agreement with someone, even a friend, without having some type of legal agreement between you that specifies the ownership and rights of each individual? Probably not – which is why you should also not enter into a marriage without a prenuptial agreement either.

Find A Very Good Divorce Solicitor

No person gets married with the thought that if things go wrong they will always acquire a divorce. Regardless of everyone’s motives, certain marriages basically don’t work out and the one option is to finish the partnership. If you plus your spouse are planning on getting a divorce, you need to get yourself a great divorce solicitor to help you with all the legal process.

Top 3 Reasons to Avoid Online Legal Document Services

Online legal documents are tempting because they are free to use but they will end up costing you in the long run. There are many drawbacks to using these forms instead of an experienced Georgia Attorney and this article will explain the 3 most important problems that you should be aware of.

Where to Begin If You Want to Create a Will and Last Testament

It may be daunting at times when you are trying to decide where and how to prepare your Will and Last Testament. The first step of this entire process is first you determining that you actually are in need of a Will.

What to Consider Prior to Filing for Divorce?

Although you may be able to file for divorce on your own (uncontested divorce), it is almost always in your best interest to consult with an experienced divorce attorney prior to filing for divorce or entering into any written agreements with your spouse. A divorce is one of the most important (and stressful) decisions a person will make during their lifetime.

Keeping An Eye Out For Value Divorce Lawyers

Going through divorce takes a lot out of anyone emotionally, but it can also take a lot out of your wallet. Hiring a lawyer is almost inevitable, unless you have enough legal smarts to put yourself through the process with all the paperwork and court proceedings.

Internet in Society: From Email and Social Media, To Cyberstalking and Cyberspying

In this article, we’ll be talking about the use of computers and the internet and how family law cases may be affected. Part of this discussion will focus on issues involving shared information by email and social media networking. We’ll also introduce some very serious matters that may rise to the level of criminal activity. Those are cyberstalking, cyberharassment, cyberbullying, and cyberspying. The “cyber” in all of these activities refers to the use of computers and electronic devises in stalking, harassing, bullying, or spying on another person.

How to Handle a Child Causing Problems for Child Visitation in Michigan

It is important that both parents work together when a child refuses to spend time at the home of the ex-spouse. Michigan law states that children need to be in contact with both parents.

Should Family Court Proceedings Be Considered Only As a Last Resort?

Any family lawyer with Court experience is likely at some point or another in their career to have had a situation where a Judge has passed comment about how the Court is to be considered as the forum of last resort with it being hoped that individuals can, where possible, resolve issues between themselves with the minimum amount of conflict. In a similar vein, the Conservative MP for Huntingdon, Jonathan Djanogly, has been reported as saying that there should be more use made of mediation as an alternative to using courts in civil and family law disputes.

Adversarial Nature of Children Proceedings Is Cause for Concern

The Lord Chief Justice has this week given evidence to the House of Commons explaining that he does not consider the current adversarial nature of private law children proceedings assists relations between separated parents. As a result, he considers that the method of litigating disputes regarding the residence of children needs to be overhauled.

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