Legal Advice for Family Court — 271 results
Written by attorney Vanessa de Lara, 8 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, 9 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
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, over 2 years ago.
All too often where chemical dependency is alleged in a family law case, Courts will require parents to subject themselves to testing and other restrictions that are meant to keep the... more
Written by attorney Justin R Key, over 2 years ago.
Kentucky's first attempt at comprehensive family court rules came in January 2011. The rules govern divorce, separation, child custody, child support, parenting time and visitation,... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
In a divorce case, you may need to submit many documents and important papers. This is why it is advisable to have a clear idea about your case. Prior to the trial, meet your lawyer to... more
Written by attorney J. Bostic, over 5 years ago.
Keep your focus If the dispute being conciliated is support, don't let the conciliator or the other party bring up custody or parenting time. Get advice before going in. The conciliator is... more
Written by attorney Santo Artusa, 3 months ago.
There are certain things that you should never do in court and other things you should do without question, especially family court in New Jersey. Dress Appropriately The moment you enter... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, 6 months ago.
Many clients are confused why they have to attend mediation prior to a hearing involving child custody and/or visitation. The Family Court Services is part of the Superior court. Mediation... more
Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, over 6 years ago.
Direct Examine Forever but Cross Examine for Five Minutes Prior to Adjournment This tactic delays a quick end to a case by protracting the testimony of a witness over numerous days of... more
Written by attorney John M Eccles, over 2 years ago.
One option available to litigants in Family Court is the ability to remove the Judge assigned from the case without having to explain why you want the Judge removed. You can do this by... more