Legal Advice for Family Court — 1,558 results
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 1 year ago.
In Arizona family law (i.e. domestic) relations cases, contempt and sanctions are governed by Rule 92 of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, ("ARFLP").
The rules caution that... more
Written by attorney Erin Ann Levine, over 1 year ago.
Choosing a lawyer to help you resolve some of life's most challenging predicaments can be overwhelming. When we are in need of legal counsel, we are vulnerable - struggling with a crisis of... more
Written by attorney Anne Kennedy, over 1 year ago.
My name is Anne E. Kennedy. I have been practicing law for 10 years, and I handle many divorce and custody cases in Houston, Texas, and the surrounding areas. I give my clients high-... more
Written by attorney Kathy Jean Bloom, about 2 months ago.
There are alternatives to the traditional, down and dirty, adversarial divorce. Collaborative practice offers a different approach that can save time and money. It allows you and your... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, 9 months ago.
Useful Divorce Tips: Coping with Divorce-Related Stress in New Jersey
Without a doubt, a divorce can be extremely difficult to reconcile for a number of reasons. Not only can it be time-... more
Written by attorney Lynda Leblanc, almost 2 years ago.
Family Law matters are expensive, but you can help keep the costs down with a bit of planning and a little know how.
Written by attorney Peter Morris, 11 months ago.
(a) In an action brought pursuant to Chapter 50 of the General Statutes, either party may move for postseparation support. The verified pleading, verified motion, or affidavit of the moving... more
Written by attorney Melinda Markvan, over 1 year ago.
Are You Looking to Hire an Attorney for Your Divorce? Ten Questions A Potential Divorce Attorney Shouldl Ask You and Why
by Melinda J. Markvan
1. Where do you and your spouse live?
Written by attorney Kevin C. Johnson, almost 2 years ago.
Michigandoes not use the term alimony, instead it uses spousal support. Spousal support can be awarded to either party and is a money or property allowance, separate from the marital... more
Written by attorney Kathy Rowell, about 2 years ago.
This guide provides an overview of advice about testifying in court. The same basic rules would also apply to depositions.