5 Signs That It May Be Time to Call a Family Lawyer

5 Signs That It May Be Time to Call a Family Lawyer

There are now over 60,300 family law and divorce firms employing over 71,700 professionals in the US. Though help is only a call away, many people don’t recognize when they should call a family lawyer. Do you? Here are five telltale signs you should call a lawyer. After reviewing this guide, you can make a

What Is Considered a High-Asset Divorce?

What Is Considered a High-Asset Divorce?

Splitting up from your spouse is always going to be an emotionally and financially complicated situation. While most couples will share assets, referred to as marital assets, what exactly is a high-asset divorce? After all, divorces are pretty commonplace in the USA. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of

How to Make the Transition to Third Party Custody

How to Make the Transition to Third Party Custody

Sometimes, grandparents and other relatives have to take custody of a child in the family. This happens for so many reasons, and is more often than not, in the best interests of the child. Third party custody agreements are covered by the law and will help you step in and take action. Understanding this area of

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