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

  • Divorce Mediators: A Valuable Tool That Every Divorcing Couple Should Consider

    22 May 2020

    You probably think of divorce as a messy ordeal that requires you to fight for your rights and deal with a spouse that you are already all too eager to get away from. This is the way that a lot of people do it, which is why it's not surprising that these types of divorces are riddled with stress and argument. In fact, scientific studies indicate that contentious divorces not only lead to high stress levels, but also affect your physical health by weakening your immune system.

  • Reasons You Need A Criminal Defense Attorney When Fighting For Child Custody

    8 May 2020

    Getting custody of your children when you are going through criminal issues can be difficult. In the eyes of the law, you may be deemed unsuitable to be with your children, particularly if you are facing possible incarceration. It's important to secure the right legal assistance now so you have a fighting chance for the rights of your children. Even as you are facing criminal charges, your children need you as a parent in their lives.

  • What Are The Alternatives To Guardianship?

    19 March 2020

    Guardianship is a legal structure designed to place one person's interests in the hands of another party that can make decisions and render judgments on the first party's behalf. It's commonly used when dealing with the needs of children, but it's also becoming more common when adults are incapacitated. Generally, the court would like to see as close a relative as possible set up as the guardian. Ask any family lawyer, though, and you'll learn that guardianship can end up being an extreme or unnecessary choice.

  • 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.