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Grandparent Visitation: 3 Things To Consider Before Going To Court

In many families, grandparents are among the most important adults in a child's life. The relationship between children and grandparents can be beneficial for all involved. For example, one study found that children who are close to their grandparents have fewer behavioral problems and are more adept at forming peer relationships, while another study showed that grandparents who spend time with their grandchildren regularly got better scores on cognitive tests than grandparents who didn't spend time with their grandchildren in another study. Read More 

Need an Increase in Child Support? 3 Tips for Pursuing a Modification

One of the things that makes a custody and child support settlement complicated is the inability of the parents and the court to see into the future. When circumstances change, a child support order that seemed fair at the time that it was awarded may end up being insufficient somewhere down the line. When that happens, you may need to pursue a modification in the original child support order. Take a look at some tips that can help you successfully gain an increase in your court-ordered child support. Read More 

4 Easy Ways To Make Your Divorce More Amicable

When it comes to difficult experiences, there are few things in the world harder than getting a divorce. It is very difficult to maintain an amicable relationship with someone when you are in the middle of divorcing them. However, there are steps you can take to ameliorate the situation and at least attempt to find a way to make the experience more pleasant. Take the following steps to ensure that your divorce and the divorce process is amicable. Read More 

Improve Your Presentence Report To Reduce The Risk Of Being Hit With DUI Consequences

Despite your best efforts and those of your attorney, you were still convicted of a DUI. Many states prescribe harsh punishments for people who drive under the influence of drugs and alcohol, such as large fines, license suspension, and jail time. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be able to reduce your risk of being sentenced to some or all of these penalties by improving your presentence report. Read More 

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protecting your family during a divorce

Going through a divorce is hard enough, but to have to deal with all of the exasperating issues that come with going through a divorce when children are involved makes matters worse. When my ex-husband and I decided that it was time to move forward from a separation to a divorce, it took a while for us to actually make the move. This blog was created using my own personal experiences. You will learn what you need to do to protect your kids and your family from the terrible things that can happen during a divorce when there are children involved.

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