Category Archives: Divorce Law

Who Needs A Family Solicitor

Numerous men and women will require the services of the family law court system at some place in their lives. Many could never foresee that they would discover themselves in the court room having employed the services of a family solicitor. Here are a few examples of positive reasons why a person or family may […]

Child Support in New York

Any couple that goes through a divorce has to deal with many issues, but those that have children usually go through even more acrimony when dealing with custody and support for their children. Child support is financial support provided by the noncustodial parent. Child support includes, cash payments (based on the parent’s income and the […]

Items Of Public Divorce Records

There is no doubt at all that right to freedom of information act has changed the whole society. Few years back, no one would have thought that he could get the information related to the delicate issues like divorce through online application. However, this is now a reality. The public divorce records are available online […]

Consult for divorce in Monmouth County NJ divorce

Divorce in NJ – Lessening its Impact Divorce in New Jersey has consistently remained as one of the lowest divorce rates in the US. Despite the increasing rate of divorce in the US at 4.95 per 1,000 people in 2009, New Jersey has the second lowest rate. Nevertheless, the constant reality is that divorce does […]

Rebuild Your Life After Divorce – Useful Information

Divorce is also messy and difficult. You don’t want a lawyer who has never referred to as or who communicates with you. Ahead of hiring a lawyer, you can need to note a few of the laws of one’s nation of separation, so that a better understanding of the situation. Have to find a lawyer […]

Minnesota Divorce Can We Not Just Agree

As a Minnesota divorce attorney, a question that is often posed to me by my divorce and child custody clients is, “Can’t my spouse (or the other party) and I just agree to something on our own?” Normally, my answer to that question is a resounding “yes” the more you can agree to, the less […]

Guatemala and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements

Executive Summary What we are going to discuss here is whether or not a creditor can come to Guatemala with a judgment from a foreign (Non Guatemala) court and enforce it or make it collectible in Guatemala. We will look at the complications involved and the chances of success which are miniscule at best. I […]

The Why and How about a Prenuptial Agreement

Before marriage, couples often shy away from discussions of money, and their reluctance is understandable: Finance and romance seem mutually exclusive. In fact, however, bringing financial issues into the open can be healthy, and it can be done without a full-scale return to the days of arranged marriages and fiercely negotiated dowries. Today, a couple […]