Pros And Cons Of Reasonable Visitation
25 September 2015
In a family court, the judge presiding over your visitation hearing doesn't have to come up with a fixed visitation schedule. He or she can just determine that the non-custodial parent is entitled to a "reasonable" visitation. This means that it is up to you, the parents, to come up with a visitation schedule. Here are the pros and cons of such an arrangement:
It Promotes Parental Cooperation
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Understanding Differences Between Intellectual Property Types
8 September 2015
If you are interested in getting a copyright, patent, or trademark, then you might not be sure which is best for you. After all, each covers a very specific facet of intellectual property, but they aren't always used correctly in media. To help you understand the differences between the three, here is an overview of what each does:
At the most basic level, a copyright protects the rights of the author of some work.
Five Different Ways to Get Divorced
18 August 2015
If you've never considered divorce before, it may surprise you to realize that there are so many ways to go about it. But in fact, getting divorced is a complicated activity that does involve several choices and options. Before you contact your divorce lawyer, you'll want to get a sense of which choice is right for you and what your circumstances will allow. Here are five different ways you can get divorced.
Considering Becoming a Surrogate Mother? Important Things to Consider
4 August 2015
For many women, becoming a mother is a lifelong dream, yet many women can't realize that dream on their own. Whether it's a result of infertility or because of health-related complications, if a woman in your life is unable to become pregnant, you may be considering becoming a surrogate for her.
Before you make the decision to become a surrogate mother, you need to do some serious thinking. While being able to provide someone you love with a baby is unquestionably amazing, there are a lot of things that need to be considered.