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General Court Rules To Abide By

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Representing yourself in a court of law can feel intimidating; most of us haven’t done this more than once or twice during the course of a lifetime, and chances are good that this is your first time. Knowing ahead of time about the general court rules of decorum in a…

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How Divorce Law Gets Messy

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Divorces are rarely pleasant, but many times, they can be accomplished in an amicable way. What happens, though, when divorce law gets messy? Unfortunately, “messy” divorces do occur. Many times, they have to do with custody battles or financial disagreement. Here are some ways that you might end up with a…

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Are Visitation Rights After Divorce Guaranteed?

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During and after a divorce, many parents, particularly fathers, are concerned that they will not be able to create a strong bond with their child. In an increasing number of divorces, both parents have joint physical and legal custody, which means that there is a regular schedule of visitation with…

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How Should I Respond to Being Served?

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Being served with papers telling you that your spouse wants a divorce, that there is a child custody or paternity case,  or some other legal issue. Being sued is a stressful situation, even if you knew it was coming. While every situation is different and you should contact a legal resource group for…

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Divorced Father Rights Are Important Too

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When a couple with children gets divorced, sometimes it’s assumed that the children will live with their mother full-time. Moms might be amenable to the kids spending every other weekend with their dad; sometimes, a mother might not even want to allow that. It’s important for both mothers and fathers…

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