A Compassionate Branch of Law: Family Law
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A Compassionate Branch of Law: Family Law

Family attorneys fight hard for their clients, and they often have to help those clients navigate difficult situations. Perhaps you are divorcing your spouse, and you need help securing your financial future through alimony. Or maybe you are trying to adopt a child who has been the victim of abuse, and you need a lawyer to guide you through the legal process of gaining guardianship. A good family lawyer does not just help their clients navigate the law; they help their clients move forward into better life situations. We appreciate the work these attorneys do, and we have dedicated this blog to spread the word about their profession.


A Compassionate Branch of Law: Family Law

  • What You Should Know About Trial Separations

    18 March 2020

    When you are thinking about divorce, you might first consider a trial separation. A trial separation can provide many benefits for a couple that is unsure if they want to remain married. How Does a Trial Separation Differ from a Legal Separation? There are some differences between these two types of separation. A trial is informal and does not involve a court agreement. The two spouses live apart and try life on their own.

  • 3 Things You Should Know Before You File for Divorce

    17 March 2020

    If you are thinking about a divorce, then you are aware that the decision to end your marriage is not an easy one. But, there are many things you should be aware of on the issue of divorce that are common to all couples in the process of a divorce. You need to be aware of what they are, so you will not suffer negative consequences of having been ignorant of them before you filed for divorce.

  • What to Consider When Making a Prenuptial Agreement

    17 March 2020

    Are you engaged to your spouse with a wedding date approaching, and you have been discussing a prenuptial agreement? If so, it will help to know what to consider when creating your agreement with a lawyer. Disclose Premarital Assets Start by going over what assets each of you owns individually before entering the marriage, and what will happen to those assets if a divorce were to happen. Some people agree that the assets they had going into a marriage, such as a vehicle or a home, will still belong to that person after a divorce.

  • Tips for Hiring a Quality Child Custody Attorney for Your Case

    16 March 2020

    When you are splitting up with the mother or father of your children, it can be one of the most devastating matters for everyone involved. Because of this, you will need to make sure you set up arrangements that will be the most conducive to the well-being of your kids. You owe it to yourself to make things easier for your kids to thrive, and working with a family custody lawyer might be just what you need to protect your rights.

  • The Problems You'll Run Into When Settling Your Divorce

    11 March 2020

    Going through a divorce can be quite stressful, especially when you and your spouse are disagreeing when it comes to the settlement. Here are some of the issues you may run into during mediation.  Debts A divorce settlement is not all about dividing up property and assets. You also need to divide the debt. Credit card debt can be a real challenge, especially when it was spent on assets that you will be dividing.