Category: Child Custody

What are grandparent’s rights?

What are grandparent’s rights? This simply connotes the kind of rights that grandparents own to get in touch and visit their grandchildren. These rights can normally be carried out when a divorce or any other family issues. In several cases, the parents who have the right of child custody during or after a divorce don’t [..]

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How Much Discovery Documentation Do I Really Need To Provide

  How Much Discovery Documentation Do I Really Need To Provide Generally, discovery is a method by which you will find information to backing your court case. The intention of discovery is to get the evidence required to defend against the claims being made against you by other party. Discovery in Maryland custody and divorce [..]

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What is a Step Parent Adoption?

  What is a Step Parent Adoption? Adoption isn’t only for a child given birth to by a young mother or a child adoption agency. Kids can be adopted within a family. This kind of adoption is refer to as a step parent adoption and may typically happen for some reasons. If the parent remarries, [..]

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What is the Collaborative Law Process in Maryland

  What is the Collaborative Law Process in Maryland These days, court hearings are the first things that come to mind when thinking about divorce. With collaborative law process, the emphasis is on understanding and conversation, rather than allegation and argument as both spouses seek to achieve an agreement without court. If you desire to [..]

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Incest is not illegal in Spain

As unfathomable as it sound here, incest is not illegal is not illegal in Spain, nor is it illegal in many other countries around the world.  What makes it particularly bizarre in Spain is that there is a current case is Spain, in which a 36 year old man and his 18 year old wife [..]

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BASICS OF A MILTARY DIVORCE

BASICS OF A MILTARY DIVORCE Filing the paperwork for the Divorce In any court case that is filed, the court must have “jurisdiction” to hear the particular matter.  This is true of all cases, not just divorce cases.   In most cases, you must file for divorce in a state where the military spouse is domiciled [..]

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How do I prove I am the father?

How do I prove I am the father? This can also be referring as the case of paternity. Paternity is the state of being someone’s father. With progression in knowledge, it is just simple and more precise than before to establish paternity. Paternity is usually attached to fathers’ child custody. This makes sense because it [..]

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