How A Divorce Lawyer Will Make Your Separation Process Less Draining

When people get married, they don't look forward to separating. However, you may need to divorce due to unavoidable circumstances such as mental abuse, physical harm, drug addiction, infidelity, financial issues, or irreconcilable differences. If you intend to part ways with your spouse, it's advisable not to handle the process on your own. While you may get to the finish line, it may take more time and resources and drain you emotionally. Read More 

Splitting Up Unmarried Relationships: How The Law Deals With Children

Just because you and your partner never tied the knot, you might still need to deal with plenty of legal issues when you decide to part ways. Particularly when minor children are involved, parents should take care to attend to custody, visitation, and child support issues along with finding a new place to live. Read on to find out more. Custody Rights of the Parties In most cases, both parents will share legal custody of the child, meaning they both get to make important decisions about the overall way the child is raised and cared for. Read More