What You Need To Know About Child Custody

Posted on: 10 March 2021

Many couples go through a divorce without agreeing on how they'll raise their children. One of the issues that arise during a divorce is child custody. In many cases, the courts will award joint custody to ensure the child maintains a healthy relationship with both parents. You should consult a child custody lawyer to ensure you get a fair ruling on child custody and visitation. Here's some basic information on child custody. [Read More]

Pandemics, The Economy, And Child Support: The Facts

Posted on: 13 November 2020

There is no doubt that the economic situation during the pandemic is difficult for many families. People have lost jobs, have had their hours cut, or have had their salaries reduced. For families who pay and receive child support payments, the growing anxiety is only amplified by the fact that the courts have slowed due to the pandemic. This means you may not be able to go before a judge in a timely manner to figure out a solution. [Read More]

4 Things You Can't Afford To Do After Your Arrest

Posted on: 23 July 2020

Being arrested and charged with a crime is a very stressful experience, especially if you've never been arrested before. Given the situation, it's not surprising that many people make mistakes after an arrest which makes matters worse. Once you've been arrested, it's important to make the right moves. Work with an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and avoid these common missteps. Talk Too Much It's very unlikely you will be able to convince the officer to let you go after you've been arrested. [Read More]

Natural Disasters Can Affect Child Custody Agreements

Posted on: 17 November 2019

Most people understand that where they live, especially when it comes to their risk for natural disasters, will affect every facet of their life. However, one area where this impact is often overlooked is child custody agreements. Depending on where you live, you might need to make provisions in your agreement to ensure you're covered. Agreements are Law A child custody agreement is a legally binding agreement. Therefore, all parties involved in the agreement are expected to abide by it at all times. [Read More]