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February 2018 Archives

Can I modify my divorce judgment?

When the dust settles and you come up for air after a divorce, you may quickly find that the terms of your divorce decree are not possible for you to uphold, or present some serious injustice. While the decree is legally binding, it is possible to petition the court that issued it to reconsider the terms and make modifications.

Child custody disputes and unmarried parents

Child custody conflicts are some of the most frustrating things a parent can experience, and sometimes require one parent to take serious action to protect his or her rights. For unmarried parents facing custody decisions, it is important to use all available tools to ensure that both parties share a fair balance between parental responsibilities and rights.

You’re never too young for a prenuptial agreement

Many young couples approaching their first marriage often assume that it is unnecessary to consider a prenuptial agreement. After all, they will surely stay together, and they don't have many assets right now, so why even bother? Creating a prenuptial agreement may offer important protections to the rich or to those who want to remarry later in life, but isn't it a little overboard for a young couple with few assets?

Are you a victim of parenting time interference?

As a parent sharing custody or visitation rights, you know that custody issues are often very difficult to navigate. It is normal for parents to face some difficulty forming their lives around a court ordered custody plan, but some behavior crosses a line into dangerous territory, amounting in some cases to parenting time interference.