How to Modify Court Orders

Posted on : January 5, 2015

When a divorce is finalized, many court orders will go into effect. The court will specify how much child support is to be paid and when, how much alimony is to be paid and when, and who has primary custody of the minor children vs. visitation. These court orders are typically valid for many years, […]

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5 reasons couples get their marriage annulled

Posted on : December 22, 2014

5 reasons couples might be interested in getting their marriage annulled Getting married is often a very happy time for couples. However, some couples realize that marriage is not the best option for them at this time, and taking steps to negate the union need to take place. There are many different reasons why a […]

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How to Get Child Support When Your Ex Won’t Pay

Posted on : November 21, 2014

In the event of a divorce, or when two unmarried parents separate, custody of the children is awarded to one parent while visitation is awarded to the other. The parent that does not have primary physical custody of the children is generally required to make a child support payment to the primary custodian, in order […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About Military Divorces

Posted on : October 2, 2014

Military divorces differ in many ways to civilian divorces. If you are a service member or are married to one, it is critical that you understand these differences before you file for a dissolution of marriage. 1. You May No Longer Be Eligible For Military Housing If you are married to a service member and […]

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