Divorce

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Child Support

The court usually calculates the amount of child support based on the income of both parents, unless someone can prove that the standard is unfair or not applicable in their case. Normally, the party…

Alimony

The purpose of alimony is to prevent the couple who has less income from being affected by economic injustice after the divorce. For example, the former spouse may have chosen to give up occupation…

Protection Orders

A protection order is a civil protection order. Although each state may have different names for the protection order, the purpose is the same: the abusive party received an order signed by the…

Pre-Marriage/Post-Marriage Agreements

As the name implies, these two agreements are a common agreement between the spouses before and after marriage. The prenuptial agreement will set out the details of the distribution of real estate,…

Separation Agreements

Separation agreement refers to an agreement signed by both parties in a marriage to prepare for separation or divorce to divide the assets and responsibilities of both…

Visitation Rights

Visitation right refers to the right granted by the court to a parent who has no custody of the child to visit his or her child regularly. Normally, only after the court heard the case and considered…
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