Bankruptcy In Your History? Here Are Some Points To Make In A Custody Hearing

16 October 2018
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Declaring bankruptcy is a troubling period in your life, but not one that has to continuously define you. Whether it's a year or 10 years since you had to declare bankruptcy due to financial hardship, you shouldn't be surprised to hear your ex-spouse bring this topic up during a custody hearing. If your ex wants full custody of your children following a divorce, he or she may argue that your past financial history makes you an unfit parent — and could even make the emotional argument that the children you have together could suffer because of your financial situation. Read More 

Seeking Custody When Your Ex-Spouse Has An Untreated Addiction

24 September 2018
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Co-parenting with your ex-spouse can be challenging even under the best of circumstances. Splitting from one household to two can require coordinating two busy schedules, making sure your child has everything he or she needs at both houses, and putting a bit of extra planning into holiday schedules and event times. Even if you and your ex-spouse have a civil relationship, these logistical challenges can be enough to fray tempers. Read More 

Burglaries With Additional Crimes And Penalties Attached: Understanding The Severity Of Charges

30 July 2018
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When you are arrested and charged with burglary, you must understand that this is a felony. No two ways about it; there are no "misdemeanors" where burglary is concerned. If there are additional crimes attached the burglary charge, then the case against you becomes even more serious. As you sit down with burglary offense law services and a criminal defense lawyer, you will discuss these charges. In layman's terms, here are burglaries with additional charges attached in the order of least to greatest severity. Read More 

Four Ways Divorce Laws Vary From One State To Another

20 June 2018
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There are few laws regarding divorce at the federal level. Generally speaking, most of the laws regarding family issues are legislated at the state level, and this includes divorce law. For this reason, it is critical to have attorneys representing you as well as your spouse, because state laws can vary by state. The following are a few examples of when state laws can have an impact on your divorce. Read More 

How To Sell Your House Through A Lease-To-Own Deal

13 April 2018
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If you cannot find a buyer for your house but need to move out of it, you may want to sell your house through an alternative type of sale. One of the options you have for this is selling through a lease-to-own deal. A lease-to-own deal is a great option that offers a lot of protection for you, the seller, and here are some of the top features of lease-to-own sales. Read More