Month: August 2021

Collaborative divorce

A collaborative divorce stands on the ground that couples are the ones that should make decisions for their families. Negotiation can be more effective and pleasant for some couples than court proceedings when ending a marriage. For couples who can work together (even though their attorneys), collaborative divorce has many benefits, mainly because it can […]

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Written by on August 25, 2021

Third-Party Visitation

What does a Third-Party mean? A third-party is a person who is not the child’s legal parent; this can include grandparents, other relatives, or even family friends. This person can complete a petition to obtain legal decision-making authority (custody) over a minor child. For the Court to consider the petition for 3rd party rights to […]

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Written by on August 7, 2021