This 20 part series tracks what Judges consider in child custody cases.
As in all family law matters, the precise issues that may arise depend upon the couple's individual circumstances. Due to this, it is difficult to give an exact accounting of the financial matters that may occur during your Florida breakup. All couples are unique and all breakups are unique whether you are married or living together.
It's a biological impossibility but legally it's doable in Florida: A child can have three parents. A recent case in California is an excellent example of this kind of family structure. A 16-year-old who -- calls her parents Dad, Mom and Mama -- was born to two mothers who asked a male friend to be the father.
Unfortunately, divorce affects families in all income brackets. Whether you are a small business owner struggling to make ends meet or the owner of a large, valuable business, you will want to make sure your enterprise remains safe in the event of a divorce.
This 20 part series tracks what Judges consider when making child custody determinations to help parents effectively present their case.
Establishing paternity is one of the necessary steps that you must take to assert your rights as a father. But, have you ever thought about what would happen if you found out that you weren't the baby's daddy after you had already established paternity? This is a case that isn't all that common, but it does occur.
This 20 part series tracks what Judges consider when making child custody determinations to help parents focus on what is relevant to effectively present their child custody case.
A stepparent may want to adopt his or her stepchild and make the child one's own. However, in order for this adoption to move forward, the stepparent needs to gain consent from both biological parents.