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Category: Family Law

Adoption laws and procedures vary from state to state. While adoption laws and procedures differ significantly from state to state, several aspects are the same across all jurisdictions. About Adoption It has not always been legal to adopt. The law did not originally provide for adoption. Of course, adoption is now permitted and it is now […]

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We previously explained child support and the parent’s obligation to pay for minor children. We did not address what happens if one or both of the parents or children move out of the state that issued the child support order, which is the topic of this article. Uniform Statute Streamlines Laws Many states have adopted the Uniform […]

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Child support involves making payments by one spouse to another to pay for the support of one or more children. Child support arises out of the duty of parents to support their child while the child is a minor. How Long Child Support Continues The duty to pay child support can continue after the child […]

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Child Support Child support is one of the vital issues in custody or divorce proceedings. Essentially, child support refers to the financial maintenance of the child, which is usually the responsibility of the parents. In legal proceedings, child support implies the responsibility of one of the parents to make provisions for meeting the essential needs […]

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What does a No-Fault divorce mean? No-fault divorce is a divorce based on the parties’ irremediable or irretrievable breakdown of the marriage or irreconcilable differences, and it does not require proof that one party was at fault for the marriage’s failure. Today, all states allow no-fault divorce, but roughly two-thirds of the states also allow […]

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If you’re thinking about getting divorced, you should speak with a family law attorney. Be prepared for the initial meeting and have a list of questions to ask the lawyer after you’ve scheduled a session. The following questions can help you better understand the divorce process, how your lawyer’s office works, and whether or not […]

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Arizona Grandparents seeking visitation, custody, or adoption of their grandchildren have restricted rights. Grandparents play a vital part in the upbringing and caring of their grandkids in the current culture. Furthermore, in today’s economy, grandparents may be in a better financial position to satisfy their grandchildren’s fundamental demands and give them essential luxuries. The Arizona […]

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Unfortunately, the answer to this question will not be the same for everyone. Whether or not you should move out will depend on your emotional state at the time of your divorce, whether or not there is domestic violence in the home, whether or not the children are at risk, and the sentimental value of […]

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During a divorce, there is often quite a bit of controversy over who gets to keep the house. The family house is sometimes the most valuable asset in a divorce. In addition to the purely financial aspects of the home, leaving or selling the family residence can by very emotional, especially when children are involved. […]

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