What Do Judges Look For in Child Custody Cases?

What Do Judges Look For in Child Custody Cases?

In many child custody cases, both parents believe that the mother should have custody of the kids. However, parents don’t always agree and a judge must sometimes step in and decide on custody. The question is, what do judges look for in child custody cases? Read on to learn more about child custody cases. What Is Child

7 Questions to Ask Your Potential Family Lawyer

7 Questions to Ask Your Potential Family Lawyer

Did you know that less than half of all Americans have a will? Most of the people who do are older than 65. However, if you have children or want to ensure your affairs are in order, proper estate planning is responsible. Sorting out your will is only one of many reasons you may need

Alimony vs Child Support: What Are the Differences?

Alimony vs Child Support: What Are the Differences?

Ignore is bliss, right? Not when it comes to divorce. If you and your spouse are considering splitting up, one of the best defenses you can have is knowledge—especially when it comes to the various financial concerns. From child support to alimony and everything between, education is one of the best ways to smartly prepare

How Can an Estate Planning Lawyer Help You?

How Can an Estate Planning Lawyer Help You?

68% of Americans die without a will. Is that you? You know it’s essential, but you’ve kept putting it off. You know that you should plan your estate. But you’re not sure you even need one. Estate planning sounds complicated. You don’t know where to begin. You feel uncomfortable planning for the inevitable. You fear

How Exactly Do Child Custody Negotiations Work?

How Exactly Do Child Custody Negotiations Work?

The divorce rate has recently hit a record low in the United States, but that doesn’t mean divorces aren’t still happening every day. Even in the most amicable of divorces, it’s difficult to figure out child custody and what’s best for the children. Sometimes, both parents will have their own idea of who their kids should

What Is Estate Planning? A Brief Guide

What Is Estate Planning? A Brief Guide

Research shows that approximately 60 percent of Americans do not have a will or living trust. Are you part of this group? Are you looking to change that? If so, you need our brief guide to estate planning. Outlined below are some essential things everyone should know, from writing a will to finding the best