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June 2015 Archives

What factors are considered when awarding custody?

After two people have decided to no longer be together their decision can affect more than themselves, especially if there is a child involved. Married or not, the couple may have much to discuss and sort out including child custody and support. If both parents want full custody, the discussion can easily turn into a dispute that will be had out in court.

Complicated property division case between dentist and ex-wife

The divorce case between a South Carolina woman and a prior pediatric dentist has caused quite a controversy when it comes to settling their assets. The former dentist is accused of harming minors and is also being investigated for Medicaid fraud due to the $4+ million he has received from Medicaid since 2010. His ex-wife has additionally accused him of cutting her off from their financial accounts and depleting the money.

Familiarize yourself with complicated adoption issues beforehand

Adoption is a very exciting time for any hopeful parent. You are seeking to provide a home to a child in need, while enriching your own life with the love of a child. However, whether you are a parent or grandparent seeking to adopt, this process, while thrilling, can be very complicated. There are a number of legal issues that could occur that could prevent you from achieving your dream to adopt, so you need to be familiar with these issues before, or soon after, the adoption process begins.

Establishing father's rights as an unmarried father

Both biological parents have the right to pursue child custody and child visitation, regardless of whether they were ever married. Married fathers, or once married fathers, do not automatically have a better claim to child custody rights compared to unmarried fathers. Rather, the court operates under the assumption that the child benefits more when both parents are involved in his or her life.

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