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DIVORCE HELP

Divorce help often requires the professional services of a qualified and experienced divorce attorney. The process of divorce can be an extremely exhausting and tumultuous time in a person's life. The emotional and mental toll of divorce can be great enough without the added weight of considerable legal considerations. Professional legal divorce help can greatly alleviate many of the worries and stresses associated with the legal aspect of your marriage's dissolution.

Divorce help is beneficial in any divorce situation, but is most crucial when there are considerable discrepancies between two separating partners. When two divorcing parties are in conflict about the division of marital assets and/or spousal support, or when children, child support, or domestic abuse are involved, legal divorce help can be imperative to protecting and maximizing your interests.

Divorce help can be crucial during the mediations process of a divorce proceeding. Mediation is a process whereby a neutral third party provides divorce help by facilitating negotiations about the terms of divorce. This type of divorce help can be court appointed or may be privately hired by the divorcing parties. This divorce help is especially important when a divorce is contested. A contested divorce happens when one party files the divorce petition and the other disagrees about one or more of the stated divorce terms. Professional legal help can be beneficial during mediations because your attorney will have your interests in mind and can protect your rights and maximize your options.

Legal divorce help can also be highly valuable during the process of dividing marital assets. Marital assets are considered all the tangible things once shared in marriage, as well as the income and debt that have been accumulated by both parties during the time of the union. When two parties are in complete agreement about the division of marital assets, the legal system will not intercede. If there are any disagreements, divorce help may be necessary in subsequent legal proceedings.

Some states have “community property” laws which state that all marital assets are to be split between two divorcing parties equally. Other states have “equitable distribution” laws which factor in several aspects of a dissolving union to determine the division of assets. Most states will allow parties to retain all non-marital or separate property. Divorce help can be essential to keeping the marital assets you are entitled to.

Divorce help is very important when children are involved in a dissolving marriage. Legal custody, physical custody, child support, visitation rights, and many other similar considerations must be negotiated and settled during a divorce proceeding. In order to ensure that your interests are protected, retaining the divorce help of an experienced and highly qualified attorney can be crucial.

If you or someone you know would like to learn more about divorce help, please contact us to speak with a specialized and experienced divorce attorney who can protect and maximize your legal interests.

 

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Issues Regarding Child Custody


Child Custody Rights

Child custody rights may be shared by both parents or, primary child custody rights may be awarded to one parent or legal guardian. Since the 1970s the family court will award child custody rights contingent with the best interests of the child.

Custody for Fathers

Child custody for fathers following a divorce is one of the most important aspects of a dissolving marriage. Throughout history the legal presumptions about child custody for fathers has changed significantly. Before the twentieth century children were regarded as the property of their father. Under common law, child custody for fathers was commonly awarded, as children were considered a father's rightful property. A major shift occurred after this period in history, as family courts came to favor mothers in child custody cases. It was presumed that under normal circumstances, children did better when placed in the sole custody of their mothers.

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