How To Determine Your Homes Property Lines
28 April 2015
When you buy a home, you probably don't worry much about your property lines. You see the fence that separates your home from your neighbor's and it doesn't concern you. However, there may come a point when there is a boundary line dispute when one of you starts a home remodeling project or you decide to work on your yard. If this occurs, you need to know where your property lines are.
Handling Holiday Custody Issues
11 December 2014
The holiday season can bring an extra share of stress to divorced parents when there are conflicts over the children's custody and visitation schedule. There are some simple, but important, things that you should do in order to protect your interests in the matter.
Know What Your Custody Orders Say
Review all custody orders, every year, before you make your holiday plans, because the finer details of visitation schedules can become fuzzy over the course of a year.
Negotiating Low Cash Settlements With Services
10 December 2014
There are times when a settlement agreement simply won't be enough to cover all of your needs. There may be difficult circumstances such as shared blame or an unavoidable accident judgment that may relieve some of your legal opponent's financial responsibility. If you're faced with a lower than expected injury settlement amount, consider a few ways to negotiate for valuable services such as education, training, or transition assistance instead. The result may enhance your life for the better.
What You Should Know About Child Custody Cases
30 November 2014
If you are getting divorced and are trying to get custody, either sole or shared, there are some things you should know first. These things pertain to winning your case and offer helpful advice through each stage of the child custody process. Family law is a complicated area of law and one that should not be taken lightly.
Never Use Your Children as Leverage
One of the most important things to watch out for in the beginning of your case is to never attempt to use your children as leverage, or let your spouse do so.