June 23rd — Family, Family Law, Parenting, Safety, Bullying

Parents’ Guide To Cyberbullying and the Law


What Is Cyberbullying

Bullying has always been an unfortunate part of the adolescent experience. Although discouraged by parents and teachers, most of us probably have memories of being intimidated by sc...

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January 11th — Child Support, Finances, Family Law, Divorce

What To Know About Changing & Challenging Child Custody

Specific laws and procedures govern child custody issues. When parents agree to modify an existing custody order, the process is fairly simple. Greater difficulty arises, however, when parents do not agree to proposed chan...

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December 30th — Prenuptial, Family Law

Are You Ready for Marriage?


While marriage is an incredible union and planning a wedding is a thrilling experience, there are many legal considerations for a couple to think about before getting married. Taking the time to le...

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November 2nd — Family Law, Divorce

How To Prepare For Meeting With A Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is a complicated process. There are many ways in which you can miss out on advantages you deserve. There are also many ways that you can be taken advantage of by not knowing your rights.

It is im...

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October 21st — Family Law, Parenting

Checklist for New Parents

Becoming a new parent is an overwhelming but exciting time. There is so much to learn and so much to process before the baby arrives. Whether you are part of a couple giving birth, adopting, or a single parent bringing ne...

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October 14th — General, Family Law, Parenting

Relationship Tips For Moms and Stepmoms


Blended families are common these days, which means biological mothers and stepmothers are co-parenting children. It can be a difficult course to navigate when dealing with an ex-wife or the new partner of an ex-husband, bu...

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October 13th — Family Law

What To Know About Emancipation

Emancipation refers to a legal process that frees a child from parental custody. Emancipation terminates the legal authority or control that a parent(s)/ has over their child before they attain majority age.

Who Can Be Emancipated?

For a minor to be free from his or her par...

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October 9th — Family Law, Safety

Protecting Yourself After An Abusive Relationship

If you are experiencing an abusive relationship, it can be difficult to focus on what you should do first to protect yourself. Your first priority is simple: focus on getting yourself and any children involved to a...

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September 17th — Finances, Family Law, Divorce

Documents To Gather When Considering Divorce

Divorce Documents

Divorce is stressful enough without having to scramble to find important legal documents that are necessary to finalize settlement. Gathering important financial, legal, and personal documents b...

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September 10th — Family Law, Parenting

5 Skills You Need Before Becoming A Foster Parent

Becoming a foster parent can be infinitely rewarding, and it can provide a calm and loving home to a child in need of stability and care. However, the process of applying to be a foster ...

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