What are Normal Child Visitation Rights during a Divorce?

How Much Visitation Time is Considered “Normal” or “Average?” Going through a divorce is a difficult process and this is only made more emotional and more stressful when children are involved. When a couple decides to end their marriage and they have children, they must decide...

How to Cope with Divorce in the 21st Century

Tools You Can Use to Survive Your Divorce Regardless of how amicable a divorce may be, going through one is never an easy process. Even after both parties have survived the legal end of divorce, they often have to deal with a period of emotional recovery. Whether the divorce is...

Who Gets the Ring?

What Happens to a Ring After a Broken Engagement A broken engagement can be a confusing and emotionally painful experience. Aside from the usual sadness, the once engaged individuals must now decide who will keep the engagement ring. Courts across the country vary on this issue,...

Are You Ready to Fight for Child Custody?

What to Expect During a Custody Battle Going to court for custody of your children is painful for everyone involved. The parents are worried about not having time with their children on top of being emotionally and financially strained it the midst of a divorce. Children are also...

Autumn and Spring Are Divorce Seasons

When we think of warm summer days transitioning into crisp autumn nights, we often conjure up images of children returning to school, leaves changing colors, and football games being back in full swing. What we may not think about, however, is an increase in couples filing for...

A Brief Introduction to Family Court Appeals

What You Should Know About Handling Family Court Appeals Decisions in family court can often resolve issues that are related to divorce including the division of property, child custody, and child and spousal support. Each state has mechanisms in place through court appeals that...

Stay-at-Home Dads – Greater or Lesser Chance at Child Custody?

Many people would like to believe the custody laws in the United States are gender neutral, meaning no preferential treatment is given to either parent based on sex. While many early custody cases within the country had seen a preference for giving mothers custody of young...

The Complex Question of Divorce

When a couple is contemplating filing for divorce, they often question whether or not this decision is the best choice for themselves and their family, specifically if they really want to end their marriage and also if the harm of a divorce is worth the toll it inevitably takes...

Fathers’ Rights and Abortion

What You Should Know About Abortion and Fathers’ Rights When discussing abortion, the topic often revolves around the rights of the woman and the unborn child. With that being said, it is important to also note that during family planning decisions that involve abortion, the...

Even Pro Athletes Must Fulfill Family Obligations

Along the same lines as the person who won the lottery and died without a penny, we often hear about current and former professional athletes who have earned millions of dollars and spent it all on themselves, leaving nothing left for themselves or their families. Bankruptcy is...
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