Family Law and Divorce

What is sex trafficking, how does it occur, and why it remains a problem within the United States.

What offenses can trigger criminal charges for domestic violence, how do domestic violence charges differ from other battery charges, and what are the consequences of a domestic violence charge or...

What is a postnuptial agreement, who should consider having one, and how do they work.

Common mistakes people make in their premarital agreements, and how to avoid them.

The issues and equities involved in using goodwill to determine the value of a marital business, while also assessing spousal support based on the same earnings.

What do the terms "sole legal custody" and “sole physical custody" mean in a South Carolina family law case.

Getting arrested for a domestic violence case in Colorado can affect various aspects of your life like getting a job, renting a house, getting a license for the gun etc. Learn how.

Is it legal for opposite-sex siblings to share a bedroom, and will it matter in a custody case.

How marital debt can become a problem if not paid off or properly handled in a divorce judgment, and sometimes even with the best effort to prevent future problems.

What is meant by child custody, including legal, physical, sole and joint custody.

What happens when a parent wants to move to another home or state, before or after a custody order has been issued.

What are the factors that cause a court to award physical custody to one parent, or to modify a custody order.

Why it's usually a bad idea to secretly record your ex- in the hope of gaining an advantage in custody litigation.

Factors to consider when creating a joint parenting time schedule, and how to make joint physical custody work for the long-term.

How parents can more effectively communicate about their children, particularly in high conflict situations.

How cooperative co-parenting and communication can help parents create custody schedules and consistency that will help their children.

How parents who have restricted access to their children can develop and maintain relationships for the long term.

What to do when the other parent is inconsistent or doesn't show up for child visitation.

Issues in child custody negotiations and litigation involving adolescent children and older teens.

Factors that may affect a child's custodial preference, and how that preference may be treated in court.

How a child custody evaluation is performed, who performs the evaluation, what happens during the evaluation, and what information is returned to the court.

Tips to help parents prepare for a court-ordered child custody evaluation.

It's difficult for children when their parents' relationships end, but you can make it easier for them. Here are some tips for divorced and separated parents.

Laws and legal proceedings affecting family relationships, including domestic partnerships, marriage, separation, divorce and child custody.

An introduction to false accusation cases, and the importance of a good defense.

Is it legal to lock your husband or wife out of the marital home, and what you can do if you get locked out.

Tips to help you save money while hiring a divorce lawyer.

Tips for people who are planning to divorce without the cost of legal representation, and where they can find help and resources without hiring a lawyer.

How mothers, fathers and third parties can establish or challenge claims of paternity, and what happens during paternity disputes.

The importance of sparing children unnecessary emotional pain following the end of their parents' relationship.