Your Guide To Understanding Alimony Payments

Posted on: 30 May 2023

Are you going through a divorce and expect to receive support payments due to a disparity between you and your spouse's income? You likely have some questions about how it is going to work. Here is the essential information you should know about this type of support payment you'll receive after a divorce. Why Alimony Exists The purpose of alimony payments is so that a couple can both have a similar standard of living after a divorce. [Read More]

Child Custody And Visitation Interference

Posted on: 20 March 2023

Divorced or unmarried parents should do their best to create and follow the child custody and visitation agreement. Actions or inactions interfering with the agreement are bad for the kids and can create legal problems. Here are examples of such interference. Failing to Drop a Child After Visitation  A parent interferes with visitation or custody when they fail to deliver the child as per the agreement. Consider a custody and visitation agreement that requires the other parent to pick up the child on Friday evening and drop them off on Sunday evening. [Read More]

3 Ways Your Attorney Can Help You If You're Considering Dissolving Your Marriage Because Of Abuse

Posted on: 11 January 2023

Some issues that crop up in marriage require immediate attention or even a divorce within the shortest time possible. Domestic abuse, for example, needs immediate measures to prevent the abuser from hurting their spouse or kids. In addition, if the abused victim wants to dissolve their marriage, they need legal assistance to fast-track the process. This can enable them to get out of the abusive marriage quickly. You can also hire an attorney to help you seek protection and dissolve your marriage if your partner is abusive. [Read More]

Family Law: Why You Need A Lawyer When Seeking Visitation Rights

Posted on: 1 November 2022

If you are seeking visitation rights to see your child, you may wonder if you really need a lawyer. After all, it should be simple enough to work out a visitation schedule with the other parent, right? Unfortunately, things aren't that easy. Your partner may not be cooperative, and the court may fail to see things your way. That's why you need an attorney to ensure you get the best outcome. [Read More]