Choosing the Right Divorce Lawyer

Going through a divorce can be an emotional and challenging time in anyone's life. It's important to have the right support and guidance during this difficult process, and that's where a divorce lawyer comes in. Hiring the right divorce lawyer is a crucial decision that can significantly impact the outcome of your divorce settlement. Here are the key factors to consider when choosing the right divorce lawyer for your specific needs. Read More 

How Can The Law Help Enforce Child Support Payments?

Are you owed child support by a non-custodial parent, and are they not paying their court mandated child support? If so, you may be wondering what you can do to get them to pay up. Here are some legal remedies to the situation that can be taken if you are not receiving child support. Income Tax Return Interception The court has the ability to intercept a non-custodial parent's income tax return to make sure that you get the money that is owed to you. Read More 

How Can A Family Attorney Help If You And Your Ex Disagree On Extracurriculars?

Arguments about extracurriculars are common between divorced or separated parents. One parent may believe the kids should do soccer or football, while the other parent feels playing an instrument or joining the choir should be a priority. Parents may also disagree about religious extracurricular activities, such as youth groups, church camps, or Sunday school. If disagreements arise, family attorneys can help settle them. Why are family attorneys helpful when it comes to fights about extracurricular activities? Read More 

Getting Things Settled: Understanding Divorce Settlement Meetings

Settling divorce issues in a meeting may prevent personal things from appearing in open court. That is only one reason prompting divorcing couples to make decisions outside of the courtroom. Read on and find out more. At Your Own Conference Table The idea of a "kitchen table" agreement can lead to saving money and creating a personalized agreement covering several issues. Legally, couples are not only free to discuss divorce issues on their own but encouraged to do so. Read More