Dealing with Child Support? County Can Help - Staff is available to create better outcomes for children and their parents San Rafael, CA – One of the most eye-opening facts from a 2017 statewide study about child support services was that California parents were mostly saying, “Wait … there’s such a thing as child support services?” The Marin County Department of Child Support Services (DCCS) is determined to change that. The Novato-based department led by Director Jill Franc
I use this a recent Brooklyn custody case to illustrate the importance of co-parenting clauses in Divorce Marital Settlement Agreements. Often certain matters may seem cause certain - such as the religion to which the children would continue to be raised under - and the extent of observance. However parents must give regard to the changes that each undergo after uncoupling and the impact of the influences of new relationships on a custodial household:
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Case Summary & History | Family & Relationships Case: E.L. v. V.L. STATUS: Victory, Alabama Private Courts congratulates NCLR and clients on its victory in the following case which has been cross posted from the NCLR website: E.L. and V.L. are two women who were in a long term lesbian relationship and had three children through donor insemination. The non-biological mother, V.L., adopted the children in Georgia. When the parents later broke up, the biological mother, E.L., k
Mediation is an alternative to litigating a divorce. Anyone can take this route, as long as clear it serves the parties’ respective interests and that of the children in the family. In most cases it probably will.
A couple can start a divorce mediation process, from the moment the decision is made to uncouple, rather than after starting the litigation process. However it is always important to consult with an family law attorney right away, especially if there are trust i