Divorce Advice: Information to Consider

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How to Get Full Custody of Your Kids During a Divorce

Oct 12, 2018 4:15:00 PM // Child Custody

Determining who has legal and residential custody of the children is a major part of the divorce process. Knowing what the process is like and how the judge will come to a decision, if a case goes to trial, is critical.

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What Do Father’s Rights Lawyers Do?

Jun 15, 2018 11:00:00 AM // Child Custody, Father's Rights

Trying to figure out your children’s custody arrangement is one part of getting divorced. If both parties aren’t willing to compromise, it can be a long, stressful process. While mothers do not automatically receive sole custody, some fathers may worry that they won’t even be awarded enough time with their children.

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Why You Shouldn't Go to Family Court Without a Lawyer

Apr 9, 2018 2:35:07 PM // Child Custody, Divorce

Can you start a proceeding in Family Court on your own, without an attorney? Yes. But is it a good idea? Absolutely not!

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What Is Sole Custody?

Jan 10, 2018 5:38:41 PM // Child Custody

Sole custody refers to “legal custody,” which indicates which parent makes the major decisions about the children. Sole legal custody is a child custody arrangement in which one parent is the primary caretaker of the kids and makes all the major decisions about the children, such as where they attend school, their medical treatment, whether or what religion will be in their life, and what extracurricular activities they will participate in.

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What Does Joint Custody Mean?

Dec 20, 2017 9:40:44 AM // Child Custody

Establishing a custody arrangement is an important aspect of a divorce for couples with children. While some such cases result in a judge granting one parent sole custody, others may involve a joint custody agreement—oftentimes without ever even going to trial.

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8 Questions to Ask Child Custody Lawyers Before Hiring One

Dec 13, 2017 10:30:17 AM // Child Custody

Hiring a child custody lawyer who is dedicated to fighting for you and for what is in the best interests of your children is imperative. Without effective representation, you could end up wasting a lot of time and money for an agreement or court order that isn’t in your favor.

Part of finding the right legal counselor is learning key details about potential candidates to help you make this important decision.

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