Child Abuse

Child Abuse Child abuse can occur in many forms and may affect a victim in various ways, so understanding the consequences and long-term effects of this sort of mistreatment can be complicated. The most basic types of child abuse include physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. If you believe that your child is…

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Custody Battles from the Child’s Perspective When going through a divorce, spouses often become completely absorbed with sorting through the legal complications they are facing. This can be especially true when attempting to reach a child custody agreement. Parents want what is best for their children, but during a divorce, the opinion of the children…

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Child Custody Concerns During the Holidays Divorce is a complex process and even the most amicable separations may be strained at certain times. Child custody is one of the most controversial parts of divorce proceedings and parents often struggle to find an agreement that is fair for both parents. Holidays can sometimes reignite these disagreements….

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Oceanside Single Parenting Strategies Even the most amicable divorces will require an adjustment period after the separation of two former spouses. This can be especially true when the family includes children. Learning how to function as a single parent can be a challenging transition after splitting the job with another spouse, but there are ways…

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Retirement Benefits after Divorce Divorce can affect many aspects of a couple’s lifestyle. While many couples focus on the immediate changes that will follow a separation, it is also important to understand how a divorce can affect your future. Retirement benefits are a part of future planning that may go overlooked during divorce proceedings, but…

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Annulment vs. Divorce

Annulment vs. Divorce The dissolution of a marriage can be painful and complicated. Some couples are content with the decision to separate, while others want a greater sense of finality for their union. Divorce and annulment are the most common means of putting a legal end to a marriage, but their subtle differences can be…

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Paternity Disputes and Divorce Domestic disputes that occur during and after divorce proceedings are often complex in nature, but one of the most difficult issues to face is a paternity dispute. In situations involving child custody or support payments there may be laws in place governing the rights and responsibilities of the involved parents. If…

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Death After Divorce

Death After Divorce Just because a marriage has ended doesn’t mean that the relationship or legal ties between the spouses are severed. Children, friends, family, and working in the same company or industry can lead to a continued familiarity between the divorced spouses, and when a death occurs post-divorce, there are several concerns that arise…

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Relocation After a Divorce In an increasingly mobile society, it is becoming more common for families to relocate. These moves could arise from a number of reasons, including job availability or assignment and moving closer to family. It is also a choice that is frequently made after a divorce, when the thought of remaining in…

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Temporary vs. Permanent Alimony When a couple files for divorce, one of the major issues that must be decided is the issue of alimony. Also known as maintenance or spousal support, alimony is a payment that is made from one spouse to another. It is typically offered when there is a large income disparity between…

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