Can You Take Your Child If There Is No Custody Order In Place When a couple has a child together, there is no custody order. There’s no “every other weekend” rule, even if mom and dad are no longer romantically involved. Married or single, it doesn’t make any difference. Babies aren’t born with rules about… Continue reading Can You Take Your Child If There Is No Custody Order In Place
Can I Relocate My Kids Out Of State During Divorce Proceedings? Over the years, we’ve had numerous clients in the divorce process express a desire to relocate away from their spouse while taking one or more of the kids with them. We’re not talking about packing up and moving into an apartment within the same… Continue reading Can I Relocate My Kids Out Of State During Divorce Proceedings?
Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX? You endured the stresses and difficulties of divorce proceedings and fought to ensure that you got the alimony you felt you deserved. But your ex is now simply ignoring the requirement and not making their payments to you. What can you do? Here are the steps you… Continue reading Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX?
Bankruptcy is a legal process through which you are declared unable to pay your debts when they fall due. You may file for bankruptcy (voluntary bankruptcy), or alternatively, creditors can apply to have you declared bankrupt. If you are declared bankrupt by either of the above means, you will be removed from managing your own… Continue reading Bankruptcy
Can A Child Choose Which Parent They Want To Live With? Child custody is decided on what is in the child’s best interest but not necessarily on the child’s preference. However, this does not mean that a child does not have a say in where he or she is to live and with whom. If… Continue reading Can A Child Choose Which Parent They Want To Live With?
Bankruptcy Case: Dismissed Without Prejudice A bankruptcy dismissal happens when something goes wrong and the bankruptcy court rejects your case. There are many reasons this can happen and many consequences. The word “dismiss” shouldn’t be confused with discharge, which is when certain debts are eliminated. Instead, dismissal means that the bankruptcy case has been thrown… Continue reading Bankruptcy Case: Dismissed Without Prejudice