What To Know About Dealing With A Business During A Divorce

Posted on: 25 September 2020

Divorces are already complicated as it is, but having a business can really complicate the situation. Here are some questions that you may have about going through a divorce and dividing a business.  Know The Creation Date Matters The laws in your state are going to vary, but know that the creation date of the business matters. If the business was something that you held before you were married, you may have the right to retain the entire business because it existed first.
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What Do You Do If You Don't Agree With A Custody Ruling?

Posted on: 4 September 2020

Did a judge recently make a decision about child custody that you do not agree with? You're likely wondering if you can appeal this decision to get the results you were looking for. Here is what you need to know about this legal process. Is It Even Possible To Appeal Family Court Rulings? You may be wondering if you can even appeal a family court ruling since it is quite different from a criminal case.
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Going Through Divorce Mediation? Know How To Prepare

Posted on: 11 August 2020

If you're going to get a divorce, you'll likely be attempting mediation as a way to work out the legal issues surrounding the divorce rather than go to trial. However, you do not want to make the mistake of going into mediation without being properly prepared. These tips will ensure that you are ready for what is going to happen.  Prepare As If You Are Going To Trial You should be working with your lawyer to prepare for mediation as if you are going to go to trial to settle an issue.
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Signs You Need a Family Law Attorney Regarding Agreed-Upon Custody

Posted on: 28 July 2020

When you have a custody agreement between you and the other parent of your children, the thought of hiring legal assistance isn't at the forefront of your mind. However, some signs will indicate that a family law attorney can be beneficial to you. Here is a look at just three of those signs.  1. The other parent is unreliable Is the other parent unreliable when it comes to taking your children for their agreed-upon time?
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