Legal Advice for Family Court — 1,559 results
Written by attorney Andrew Ben Boyer, over 1 year ago.
In a divorce case property or visitation matters that are agreed upon or decided by a Judge become court orders. A court order is an order entered by a Judge that has authority over your... more
Written by attorney Bruce Clement, almost 3 years ago.
Violation of a parenting plan is actually violation of a court order, and can constitute what attorneys refer to as "contempt of court". Contempt of court can result in an award of... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Torres, 11 months ago.
rdenes judiciales en casos de violencia domstica
Si usted o alguien en su hogar es vctima de violencia domstica, llame al 911. No justique ni permita que haya violencia domstica en su... more
Written by attorney Joseph Land, 12 months ago.
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders are something that I work with every day in my practice. I am often asked by people what the process is for obtaining a Domestic Violence... more
Written by attorney David John Luca, 7 months ago.
Family Court has an unwritten rule that children should rarely, if ever, be forced to testify. By placing a child on the witness stand, an attorney is forcing that child to “choose”... more
Written by attorney Mark Schondorf, 4 months ago.
There is a practical question to all court orders – how can they be enforced? The primary mechanism is the Petition for Rule to Show Cause, by which an enforcing party requests that the... more
Written by attorney Kelly McGrane-Irwin, 6 months ago.
Short tips and things to know guide on preparing for family law court hearings.
Written by attorney Orion Nessly, over 1 year ago.
This guide is meant as a warning to show how your online statements can be used against you and as an illustration about how the other party's online statements can possibly be used in your... more
Written by attorney Melinda Markvan, over 1 year ago.
How Much Will It Cost to File My Complaint in the Probate Court?
By Melinda J. Markvan
While attorneys seem to know all of the answers, they actually know where to look for the answers.... more
Written by attorney Galen Gentry, almost 2 years ago.
In a divorce proceeding one spouse or both may seek temporary orders before the divorce is over on a variety of issues by filing a written paper called a Request for Orders (formerly known... more