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Divorce Modifying Custody FAQ
At what age can a child decide with which parent to live? Can I modify our custody arrangement because of my ex-wife's internet usage? Can I terminate my ex-spouse's visitation if he or she doesn't pay child support? I have custody of my 10-year-old daughter and want to move to another state. Do I have ... Read more

Divorce Enforcing Custody Rights FAQ
Here are some things to think about when you're attempting to enforce your child custody agreement. Visit a child custody lawyer if you need more specific information. Can I secretly tape my son's telephone conversations with my ex for possible use in court? Can the mother of my child get a modification ... Read more

Divorce Child Custody FAQ
Learn answers to frequently asked questions about child custody. ... Read more

Divorce Procedures in Wisconsin
When you get a divorce, you legally separate your life from your spouse's. This process can be lengthy and get quite messy, especially if you disagree on terms. Wisconsin has certain rules you must follow to ensure both parties in a divorce are treated fairly. Divorcing Without an Attorney While it is ... Read more

Divorce Law in West Virginia
A divorce or marital dissolution formally ends the marital relationship and the duties and responsibilities of the parties toward one another, including the division of marital assets and debts. If there are minor children involved and an inequitable financial situation exists, there may be continued ... Read more

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If this is a Wisconsin decree, you are required to provide advance 60 days notice of your intention to remove the children from the state or move more than 150 miles within the state from the other pa ...Read more

If both parents agree, you can petition for custody as an extended relative. See forms below. http://www.flcourts.org/resources-and-services/court-improvement/problem-solving-courts/family-courts/fam ...Read more

Many county courthouses offer a limited free legal advice clinic on certain days of the week. Call the Brown County courthouse tomorrow and talk to someone with the clerk of courts or family court com ...Read more

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Imputing Income For Support | Callagy Family Law Blog

Original Post Here: http://callagylaw.com/imputing-income-support-callagy-family-law-blog/ The following article was written by Callagy Law’s Legal Team, and will focus on many common quest ... Read more

Divorce

Divorce tears everyone's world apart, literally and figuratively. Battles over property, finances and retirement funds can rage on for months, and sometimes even years. Parents may find themselves ... Read more

All About Relocation With a Minor Child - Contested (Part 2)

What to do when a petition to relocate is contested? As detailed in Part 1 of All About Relocation With a Minor Child Uncontested, the state of Florida has mandated that no person who is part of a pa ... Read more

TOWSON FAMILY LAW LAWYERS: NEW FAMILY LAW BILLS PASSED IN MARYLAND

The Maryland Legislature just closed its legislative session and passed some significant new laws inMaryland. The most important is that the corroboration requirement has now been repealed. Previously ... Read more

TOWSON CHILD CUSTODY LAWYERS: CUSTODY AND ASSISTED REPRODUCTION

Assisted reproduction has been in the spotlight lately due to the increasing number ofLGBT families conceiving children. Inevitably, some of these couples separate, and the law is grappling with how t ... Read more

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