Divorce & Family Law

Family Law covers the relationships between family members and domestic partners, including marriage and divorce law . The family unit includes parents, husband and wife, children, grandparents, relatives, step-parents and step-children as well as domestic partners. Common family law issues include premarital relationships, engagement, annulment, marriage, adoption, paternity, child custody, child visitation, child support, emancipation, juvenile law and delinquency, divorce, alimony and support, division of marital property and domestic violence issues. Mediation is a growing area of Family Law which provides “alternative dispute resolution” rather than going through long court battles. Mediation is frequently used to settle disagreements over custody of minor children, parenting time with minor children, child support, spousal support and allocation of debt and distribution of property.

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  1. Child Custody How are Child Custody Decisions Made in Court?

    A basic introduction to how child custody decisions are made by a judge, identifying what is and what isn't important, some which may be surprising.
  2. Child Custody Basic Child Custody & Support Law for Unmarried Parents

    How the court makes child custody and support decisions when parents are unmarried: paternity tests, financial support payments, visitation rights.
  3. Child Custody Understanding Physical Custody and Legal Custody

    Understanding the difference between physical custody and legal custody, how family court handles religious preference in raising a child, a primer on child custody law.
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