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The Child Is The One Who Counts Most In Child Custody

29th January 2013
Child custody would require the knowledge and expertise of a family lawyer in order to cut through the legal issues surrounding it. When the divorce took place between men and women then it also creates problems to the children associated with them. As th...
Author: danielperry

San Jose Family Law Attorney Comments on Child Custody Arrangements

30th March 2012
Divorce can be an emotionally taxing process for everyone involved. It is often difficult for both parties to deal with the legal issues that arise in a clear-headed and objective manner. This is where a San Jose divorce attorney can be of assistance. ...
Author: Tom Stutzman

No-Fault Divorce Assigns Fault to Men Using Severe Due Process Violations

06th February 2012
No-fault divorce sets up a legal tyranny against a father because it assigns punishment to him and rewards the mother without allowing him the due process required to protect his rights. Paternity suits do much the same. Here's how and why it happens. ...
Author: Shane Flait
Immigration Law

US citizenship for children

28th December 2011
US citizenship has always been a factor of attraction for many immigrants. This is due to the package of benefits and privileges that it bestows upon them. It is also for this reason that many illegal immigrants remain in the USA and give birth to a child...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Citizenship Through Parents' Status

28th April 2011
Through a 'jus sanguinis' policy, one is conferred citizenship based on ancestry or ethnicity, and is more related to the concept that is common in Europe. Children whose parent(s) are US citizens can claim citizenship through their status as citizens. ...
Author: Paul Anderson

Protecting Your Rights During Child Support And Custody Cases

11th March 2011
Issues involving children are among the most vital issues within the realm of family law. How divorcing couples and the courts determine such issues as child custody and child support will go a long way in determining the well-being of the children in q...
Author: yourarizonadivorcelawyer
Immigration Law

Can a Child Claim Citizenship Based on Parents' Status?

25th February 2011
Very few are aware of the fact that children born outside the US to US citizen parents can claim US citizenship through their parents' status if they meet certain requirements. This also depends on the laws that existed at the time the child was born. A...
Author: Paul Anderson
Family Law

How Child Support Works in Jacksonville, Florida

20th January 2011
Every child has the right to receive support from both parents as it is the latter’s responsibility to provide for their children. Child support enforcement has been common in Florida, since many former couples are seeking legal guidance in providing thei...
Author: michellegillett

Who can file Form N-600, Certificate of U.S.Citizenship

19th January 2011
Who Should File Form N-600 Certificate of Citizenship? You may file form N-600, if you are trying to claim U.S. Citizenship while in the U.S or if you were born abroad to U.S. Citizen parent(s). If you are the biological or adopted child of a U.S. cit...
Author: kevin

Types of child custody

05th October 2010
In situations where parents are divorcing, separating, or may have never been married, someone has to decide what happens to the kids. Courts have the option of choosing one of several types of custody. And although it may seem like a fairly straightforwa...
Author: James

Divorce in New York

30th June 2010
To file for divorce in New York, at least one of the parties must meet the residency requirement and must have lived in the state for at least one year. Legal grounds for divorce in New York include: • Adultery • Cruel and inhumane treatment •...
Author: Tacit Logic

What is Involved in a Divorce

25th May 2010
The decision to file for divorce can be a difficult one. Most people believe that their marriages are solid but the sad truth is that many couples do get divorced. Every state has different laws to deal with divorce, so it is important for the individua...
Author: Content Creative Services
Family Law

The Different Types of Child Custody

12th April 2010
Child custody is an emotional issue. While no one can dispute your love for your children it is also true that many times emotions take the front seat and do not let good sense prevail even in uncontested divorce settlement. Parents fail to realize that t...
Author: Sharon Peppers
Family Law

What Makes Physical Custody and Legal Guardianship Different

26th March 2010
Physical custody and legal guardianship are completely different issues. There are more powers with physical custody than there are with legal guardianship. In order to know what you wish to ask for when it comes to your children, you should know the diff...
Author: pancy

Recent Canadian Divorce Statistics

30th November 2009
Here's a sampling of more recently available statistics on marriage and divorce in Canada: •There were 71,269 divorces in Canada in 2005, or a rate of 220.7 per 100,000 population. •About 38% of marriages end in divorce before the 30th anniversary....
Author: Josh D. Simon
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