Shouldn’t I Get the Same Deal My Friend Got?

No, you cannot compare your case to a different case. Every case is different. No facts are the same. It depends on a variety of factors, the assets and liabilities, the income involved for alimony and child support. And also people can settle out of court for certain things that they can’t get in court.

Does the Mother Automatically Get Custody?

No, there is no presumption in favor of the mother. The divorce process will include working out time-sharing issues and what time that timesharing each parent will get with the child. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

My Friend Doesn’t Pay Alimony. Why Do I?

Every case is different. Alimony is based on need and ability. So the need and the ability in that case might be different than the need and ability in your case. Also, sometimes people want to settle outside of court and they’ll settle for different things, family issues. If you have more questions, I suggest

What is “Parental Responsibility”?

Parental responsibility is who makes the major decisions for the children, such as their health and education. There are three types of parental responsibility in Florida. There’s shared parental responsibility, shared parental responsibility with ultimate decision-making authority and sole parental responsibility based on the issues in your case will dictate what type of parental responsibility

Why “How Much” is Not the Most Important Question

The most important questions to ask your attorney is whether they have experience with your particular issues of your case, whether they have the ability to be honest with the evaluation of your case, and whether you’re comfortable with the attorney, because you’re going to be working closely with this person for a while. So

Should I Use Social Media During My Divorce?

If you could avoid using social media during your divorce, that is probably best. You can obviously post in your social media accounts, doing things with your children. Otherwise it’s best to avoid it. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

What is the Difference Between Timesharing and Custody?

The term custody is no longer used. It’s not referred to as time-sharing time sharing is the time that each party spends with the children, each party. Is designated specific days and overnights. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

How Does the state My Kids Live in Affect My Divorce?

Laws in each state are different. Depending on what state you live in the laws of that state will dictate the issues in your case for timesharing, assets and liabilites and alimony. If you have questions about the laws in different states you should consult with an attorney in that specific state. If you have

Top Three Things a Single Father Must Know

The most important thing they need to know is they have no rights until paternity is established. Even if they are on the birth certificate legally they have no rights. Thus, they need to establish paternity immediately. They need to consult an attorney asap to accomplish this. Until then the mother can do whatever she

What is Timesharing?

Timesharing is formerly known as custody. It’s the time that each parent spends with the children there’s specific days and overnights and times designated for each parent. It also specifies which parents have time with the children on holidays and school breaks. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family

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