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Divorce

Divorce is the legal process to end a marriage. Any spouse can decide to initiate a divorce ....

Legal Separation

Legal Separation is a final determination of each party’s marital rights and ....

Annulment and Nullity

An annulment (or nullity of marriage) is when a court determines a marriage ....

Same Sex Marriage

“Same-Sex marriage has finally been declared to be legal by the federal government ....

Child Custody

There are two types of child custody: 1) Legal Custody; and 2) Physical Custody ....

Child Visitation

Visitation is the plan regarding how parents will share their children. A parent ....

Grandparents Rights

A Court can grant reasonable visitation with a grandchild if it finds that . . .

Paternity

A Paternity Judgment determines who are a child’s legal parents. Establishing ....

Spousal Support

When a couple separates, the court may order one spouse to financially assist the other . . .

Child Support

Child support is the amount of money that a court orders a parent to pay each .....

Modify Court Orders

All Court orders can be modified if there has not been a final determination. However ....

Enforcing Court Orders

Obligations created by a family law judgment or order are not dis-chargeable in ....

Restraining Orders

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders are made to prevent further abuse ....

Adoption

Adoption is the legal process of establishing a legal parent‑child relationship between ....

Alternatives to Divorce Court

All Non-Litigation Alternatives will eventually involve the court system because it is ....

Limited Scope Assistance

Representation by an attorney in a divorce from start to finish is not always financially ....

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