Child Custody And Relocation: Examples Of Good Faith Reason For Moving


Just because you have physical custody of a child it doesn't mean that you can relocate with them anytime you want; the other parent also has a say in the matter. In fact, you may be forced to go to court to get permission to move if the other parent doesn't concur with your plans. If that happens, the court may only grant your wish if you have a good faith reason for moving.

2 July 2018

Answer These Questions While Preparing for Asset Division Negotiations

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For many divorcing couples, asset division is one of the most controversial stages of the process. Just like other challenging tasks, the more you prepare for asset division negotiation, the more you are likely to ace it. Start your preparation by answering these questions. Which Assets Did Each of You Bring to the Marriage? In most jurisdictions, assets earned before the marriage are counted as separate properties, which means they aren't subject to asset division rules.

29 May 2018

Political And Judicial Crimes And Criminal Lawyers: What The People Should Know

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There is a lot of talk about the POTUS and what he has done in his past. Some people think he should be removed from office, other people think he should be impeached, and still others think that these matters are not legal matters. Despite your personal views on the President, you should know a little more about what constitutes a true crime for political and judicial figures, and why so many supposed crimes are never pursued.

3 May 2018

Things To Ask A Divorce Attorney When You Want To Prepare For The Possibility Of Divorce

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If you're having problems with your spouse and divorce looks like a possibility, you may want to consult a divorce attorney just to learn about what you need to do to protect yourself and get prepared. Sometimes, you may have to act quickly, but ideally, you can take your time to get your finances in order before your spouse is aware you're going to file.  Of course, if you and your spouse are on friendly terms, you can work through the preparation phase together, but you may need to prepare in secret.

3 April 2018

Gettiing Approved For A Vehicle Loan After Bankruptcy

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After you file for bankruptcy, you may feel like you are at a financial standstill. It may seem like it will be impossible to ever qualify for any sort of credit again. If you need a new vehicle, it can feel especially troubling since many people are not able to purchase one outright without a loan. One thing to keep in mind that it is, in fact, possible to get a newer vehicle after you have filed for bankruptcy.

27 February 2018

Unsafe Floors: What To Do If You're Injured In Your Rental Apartment

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If the floor in your rental apartment caved in and injured you, you may wonder if it's okay to file a personal injury case against your landlord. If your landlord neglected to repair the floor in a timely manner, you may have a case. Before you file your claim with a personal injury attorney, you'll need to obtain or do a few things first, including these below. Obtain Pictures of the Floor and Apartment

26 January 2018

How Can An Attorney Help You With An Uncontested Divorce?

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If you and your spouse agree that the marriage is not working out and you both wish to divorce. If you can both agree to end the marriage and can divide your assets, debts and other marital issues among yourselves, you may be able to file an uncontested divorce. When filing this type of divorce, many people feel that they can forego a family law attorney. However, a divorce lawyer can still be beneficial even if you and your spouse agree on all issues related to the divorce.

23 December 2017