Is It Possible To Do A Secret Paternity Test On A Child?

Posted on: 16 March 2016

It can be difficult to determine a child's parentage by looking at him or her. The only way to be absolutely sure is to compare the child's DNA to that of the parents' via testing. If you're a father who's not sure if a child is biologically yours, demanding a paternity test can lead to interpersonal drama with the mother and others who may be involved. It's possible to conduct a secret paternity test to confirm or alleviate your fears, but there are a couple of things you need to know about this option before doing it. [Read More]

The Right Way To Move Out Before A Divorce

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Making the decision to split from your marital partner can be difficult. If your marriage has become strained, you might be tempted to move out of the family home to alleviate tension before the divorce is finalized. While this isn't always a bad idea, there are some important steps you need to take if you want to ensure that moving out won't cost you in the long-run; especially if there are children involved. [Read More]

Questions To Ask A Prospective Divorce Attorney

Posted on: 15 March 2016

Have you recently split up with your spouse? Are you thinking about filing for divorce, or perhaps the paperwork has already been filed? Divorces can be a messy situation to be in. A good lawyer can help make the process easier, but it may seem overwhelming just trying to pick which one will be the best for you. In order to make the process a little easier, here are some questions to ask before hiring any divorce attorney: [Read More]

4 Things To Know About Bifurcation And The Contentious Divorce

Posted on: 30 September 2015

If you are going through a highly contentious divorce, one of the tools you have available to you--in some states--is called "bifurcation," whereby you can become legally divorced before all the issues are settled. There are four things you should know about this to see if it could be helpful to you. 1. There are several advantages to bifurcation in certain cases. You may prefer to bifurcate your divorce if: [Read More]