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what to be aware of when divorcing your spouse

Every marriage is not meant to last forever. No matter what the reasoning behind the divorce, it is important to have legal representation for each side. I almost lost everything because my former spouse said that he was taking care of things and that he would be fair about how the assets were divided. It took several weeks for me to find out what he was up to. It was then that I hired my own attorney and got what I deserved. You should never attempt to go through a divorce without a lawyer working on your side. On my site, I have listed several of the issues that can get overlooked if you are inexperienced with divorce documents and proceedings.

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  • Are You An Unmarried Father Seeking Custody Of Your Child? Keep These Four Tips In Mind

    14 December 2015

    As an unmarried father who wants custody of your child, you might not be sure what you need to do. Here are some tips to help you make a good case for yourself in family court. Prove Paternity Before you do anything else, you need to prove that you are the father of your child. Your name might be on their birth certificate, but because you are unmarried, you might have to show that you are biologically your child's father before you seek custody.

  • Beyond Divorce: Three Types Of Cases For Which A Family Lawyer Provides Representation

    27 November 2015

    When you think of a family lawyer, you probably think about divorce and child custody. While this is certainly true, family lawyers can and often do provide representation for other types of cases between family members or for special needs family members. Here are some of the other types of cases that a family lawyer can represent, if you have need of these services. Guardianship over Adults and Children If you are a relative that would like to take custody of children related to you (e.

  • Preparing Yourself For Your Deposition

    9 November 2015

    If you're entering into a personal injury suit, you'll likely have to give a deposition. A deposition is a pre-trial statement, given under oath, with representatives from both parties present to witness the testimony. The judge assigned to the case won't be there yet—but a court reported is typically hired to take a transcript of the statements. The formal setting of the deposition, when combined with the stakes of the personal injury suit, create a difficult, nerve-wracking time for the plaintiff.

  • A Quick Guide To Probate

    21 October 2015

    If you recently lost a loved one and are dealing with their will, then you have likely come across something known as probate. However, you might not know exactly what probate is or how it works. To help you get a better idea of how the process works, here is a quick guide to the subject: What is probate? Probate is a specific legal process which ideally results in a will being given legitimacy by the government.

  • Your Mentally Ill Relative Has Been Arrested—Four Things You Can Do to Help

    9 October 2015

    If a loved one with a mental health condition has been arrested, you may wonder what you can do to help them. There several things you can do to make the experience more endurable for them. 1. Inform the Jail Administration and Arrange for Treatment/Medication First you will want to contact the jail and talk to an official there to let them know about your relative's psychiatric disorder and its symptoms.