Month: December 2017

Grandparents Visitation Rights

Four possible ways to go through a divorce

When going through a divorce, there will be many choices to make. How to divide finances. Who gets which assets. Where you will live during the process. One of the biggest choices to make is how you wish to go...

December 22, 2017
Family Law

Emotional and physical abuse usually happen together

An abusive relationship often comes with more than one form of abuse. This makes the relationship volatile since the victim usually has abuse coming from different angles. Understanding how these come together might help people on the outside looking in...

December 19, 2017
Family Law

How to co-parent with your ex, part 2

Perhaps you and your spouse are divorcing and you are in the process of reaching a custody arrangement. Now, you are wondering how best to co-parent with your future ex. In our last post, we went over the definition of...

December 18, 2017
Family Law

How to co-parent with your ex, part 1

Reaching a divorce agreement usually isn't easy. Neither is reaching a custody arrangement. Indeed, custody arrangements are usually one of the most hotly contested issues in a divorce. If you are a parent who is divorced or in the process...

December 11, 2017
Family Law

Techniques to uncover hidden assets during a Ventura divorce

Hiding assets during a divorce is unlawful. However, Ventura spouses frequently try to conceal cash reserves and other high-value possessions so they don't need to split them during their asset division process. In many cases, spouses actually get away with...

December 6, 2017
Grandparents Visitation Rights

Splitting parenting costs? Consider these tips

Some couples who divorce and don’t have children choose to make a clean, permanent break from each other’s lives. But if you are a divorced parent, you and your ex are probably still involved in each other’s lives in some...

December 5, 2017