When Child Custody Is At Risk

The best-case scenario when divorcing is for both parents of a minor-aged child to agree on custody arrangements. This not only saves money and time taking the issue to court but is an all-around better way to deal with divorce. Unfortunately, this is one of those areas that can become hotly contested and cause even the most reasonable of people to act using their emotions instead of their brains. Read on for some things to keep in mind during your contested child custody situation to raise your chances for getting the parenting plan you think is best for your child. Read More 

Three Things Your Ex Can Still Come After You To Get Years After The Divorce

The most difficult part of any divorce is trying to get as far away from your ex as you can. If you are fortunate, your ex will let you go and move on with his/her life. If you are not so lucky, your ex will find ways to keep coming after you. Thankfully, there are only a few things that would allow your ex to keep coming after you. As long as you have a divorce lawyer, you can hopefully avoid these legal attacks from your ex. Read More 

Considering Adoption? Guide To Getting Started

Adopting a child is a wonderful thing. Not only is this a blessing for you, but adopting a child will be a blessing to the child. An estimated 428,000 children are currently in foster care, possibly waiting to be adopted. If you are considering bringing a child into your home and family's life through adoption, proper understanding and planning are imperative. This guide will help you get started with the process of adopting a child. Read More 

3 Tips For Ensuring You Get Child Custody

If you're in the midst of a divorce and have kids, you may want to get custody. Being able to raise your children in your own home each day is sure to be foremost on your mind.  If you're going through a custody battle, you'll want to know how to get the upper hand. Being aware of tips that will allow you to an increased chance to secure child custody is sure to be helpful to you. Read More 

Divorce Law: Taking Matters To Court

If you and your spouse are embroiled a divisive divorce, you may find yourself scheduled for a trial. Family court is somewhat different than what you may have seen on television crime dramas and reality TV, and it helps to know what to expect ahead of time. Read on for some tips on dealing with your divorce trial and your time before the family court judge. High Security: If you have entered a courthouse lately, you probably have a good idea of what to expect in terms of security. Read More