3 Reasons Why You Need A Divorce Attorney
23 June 2020
While divorce is certainly not uncommon, it's also not something that many couples anticipate. However, if you and your current partner are planning on going your separate ways, hiring a divorce attorney is something you should strongly consider. On average, it costs between $150 and $250 per hour for the services of a divorce lawyer. While that may seem like a lot, hiring an attorney is the best way to protect our interests during a divorce.
3 Questions When Your Former Spouse With Child Custody Decides To Move
5 June 2020
Going through a divorce can be quite difficult as it is, but it will become much more complicated if your former spouse moves when they have child custody. Here are some common questions you'll have about this unique situation.
Do You Have Grounds For Custody Modification?
It is important to become familiar with the rules in your state regarding what happens if your former spouse decides to move. It is possible that this gives you the right to have the custody agreement modified if the child were to leave the state.
Why It's Important To Get To Know Your Criminal Defense Attorney
19 May 2020
If you are facing criminal charges of any kind — whether they are fairly minor misdemeanors or more serious felonies — then you need to hire a criminal defense attorney. Not only do you need to hire an attorney to help with your case, but you should take the time to go in for a consultation and to otherwise get to know your lawyer. This might not seem important during a time in your life when you have a lot going on, but it can make more of a difference than you think for these critical reasons.
Don't Try to Change Visitation for These Reasons
7 May 2020
In your divorce settlement, you may have made a plan for child visitation. Visitation may change in some cases, but what happens when the circumstances do not warrant such change? What if the changes to visitation are not in the child's best interest?
Reducing Visitation Is a Bad Idea
Many people with custody are looking to reduce visitation by the other parent. The court usually does not consider this to be a move in the best interest of the child.