Legal Advice for Family Court — 263 results
Written by attorney Judd S Nemiro, 7 months ago.
Modify Family Court Orders in Arizona I have a family court order but my situation has changed? Can I modify the order? Yes, in many cases a child support, visitation or spousal support... more
Written by attorney Bruce Guttman, almost 3 years ago.
There are basically two courts (occasionallyDistrict Court) that handle Family issues in New York. The Court that has jurisdiction over Divorce is New York State Supreme Court. The quickest... more
Written by attorney Kali Morgan, almost 4 years ago.
What is Mediation?Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third-party (the Mediator) assists in resolving a dispute between two or more parties. The role of the mediator is to... more
Written by attorney Robin Estes, about 4 years ago.
When child custody or visitation is in dispute, the parties MUST attend mediation with Family Court Services. A Mediation is conducted by Family Court Services to help the parties try and... more
Written by attorney Cortney Bethmann, over 4 years ago.
When you go to the family court for a hearing or trial, the lawyer may use witnesses to help tell the story to the judge or jury. The testimony from witnesses can be very helpful or... more
Written by attorney Kristofer Snow, 6 months ago.
This guide is intended to generally familiarize parents in Nevada who are or may become involved in custody disputes with some of the most common arguments and pitfalls and strategies that... more
Written by attorney Joseph Waters, over 1 year ago.
If you have to go to Family Court Services (FCS) Mediation, you may be wondering what to expect. Hopefully, this guide can help prepare you so you can get the best result possible.
Written by attorney Evan Koslow, 4 months ago.
When you file any action in Court, each party has the right and ability to request information and documentation from the other side in order to prepare for a settlement or a contested... more
Written by attorney Vanessa de Lara, 5 months ago.
Divorces and paternity cases are very difficult and emotional in the best of circumstances. Making decisions about emotional issues like parental responsibility and time sharing when... more
Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, 6 months ago.
You stumble into a court room occupied by a darling judge who has virtually no practice experience at all. The case can take weeks or many years. You lose your kids. Why? The Darling Judge... more