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Preparing Yourself For Family Law Court

“Advantages of Mediation In Family Law”

“Advantages of Mediation In Family Law” There are limits to mediation in family law and some factual disputes which simple need to go through a trial, but if you are […]

“Dealing With Narcissistic Personalities In Family Law”

“Dealing With Narcissistic Personalities In Family Law” Over the course of my career, family law has introduced me to some individuals that I might never have met otherwise: true narcissists. […]

“What Happens When Our Visitation Schedule Gets Mixed Up?”

“What Happens When Our Visitation Schedule Gets Mixed Up?” Judges encourage parties to make agreements between themselves to alter visitation as needed. Although they caution to always put this in […]

“Common Problems With Child Support Arrears”

“Common Problems With Child Support Arrears” There are actually quite a few ways to end up in arrears on child support, which is never a good thing. It can be […]

“How To Share The Holidays When You Share Custody” The Holidays Are Coming

“How To Share The Holidays When You Share Custody” This is a re-post of some advice for the holidays. It may not seem like it, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are […]

“What Is A Motion to Quash In A Family Law Case?”

“What Is A Motion to Quash In A Family Law Case?” Although a motion to quash can sometimes refer to a proceeding to dismiss a case because there is already […]

“Witnesses in Custody and Visitation Hearings”

“Witnesses in Custody and Visitation Hearings” Most people believe that having a lot of witnesses to come to court to say what a good parent you are is a key […]

“Are Medical Records Admissible In Custody and Visitation Hearings?”

“Are Medical Records Admissible In Custody and Visitation Hearings?” Although medical records relating to physical health are requested less often than mental health records, they do become in important in […]

“Enforceability of Custody and Visitation Orders: What To Avoid”

“Enforceability of Custody and Visitation Orders: What To Avoid” Although some people will go through the whole course of their family law case without involving law enforcement to enforce custody […]

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