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What If Your Spouse Won’t Turn Over Discovery and Other Financial Information?

A Motion to compel is a useful tool to force the opposing party to produce items such as bank statements, tax documents, answers to interrogatories, emails, text messages and a host of other documents that would assist in the preparation for your case. An experienced Divorce and Family law attorney can advise you as to the documents that you need to request from the opposing party and also help you properly respond to discovery requests.

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Ways to Ensure a Safe Child Custody Exchange

There are several opportunities for parents of minor children to have conflict during litigation to determine child custody and child support. The actual physical exchange of the child from one parent to the other is no different. Whether in the form of a temporary visitation order or a final decree, at some point the court will lay out the rules in which parties are to exchange the child or children for the purpose of visitation.

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12 Mistakes to Avoid If Divorcing After 50

Research shows that the divorce rate amongst couples age 50 and over is increasing. Several experts have attributed the reason for this to things such as Americans living longer and wanting more out of their relationships as they age and other typical causes of...

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How to Navigate Virtual Court Hearings and Virtual Mediation

“Virtual Hearings” This is not a phrase that most attorneys are used to hearing. Due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus, most court rooms have switched to web streaming software in an attempt to continue to hear cases while being as safe as possible. There are...

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WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD’S MOTHER HAS STOPPED VISITATION OR IS MOVING OUT OF STATE AND I NEVER LEGITIMATED?

Unwed parents often establish informal custodial arrangements after the birth of a child and, as a result, many unmarried fathers place filing a legitimation action on the back burner. These fathers are often fearful or resentful of the court involvement that comes...

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WHAT IF YOUR SPOUSE PUTS YOU OUT OF YOUR HOME OR CHANGES THE LOCKS AFTER FILING FOR DIVORCE?

There are some spouses who mistakenly believe they have the right to deny the other spouse access to the marital home upon filing for divorce. As discussed in a previous blog post, the marital residence may be considered marital property, which means both spouses are...

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