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Tip: Save Time and Money in Your Minnesota Divorce by Getting All Information to Your Attorney

Want to save money in getting a divorce or in any other family law matter?  One of the best ways is to simply follow-though and provide your attorney with the information that he or she needs to draft the pleadings or settlement documents. 618 more words

Family Law

JOINT CUSTODY WHICH CHANGED AFTER THE RESIDENCY ORDER.

JOINT CUSTODY WHICH CHANGED AFTER THE RESIDENCY ORDER.

My ex went for a residence order to enable him to take the children on holiday without my permission, he then used the… 215 more words

True Stories

Clarksville, TN Child Custody Dispute Between Parent and Non-Parent: In re Caleb B.

Facts: Mother and Father are the parents of Child.

Prior to Child’s birth, Father was arrested and pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine for resale. Following Child’s birth, Father was arrested again and convicted of selling ecstasy. 1,013 more words

Family Law

What is Mediation?

WHAT IS MEDIATION?

Mediation is a tool which is used to bring resolution to a court case without having to have a trial. Mediation is a great tool for resolving a case. 518 more words

South Carolina

Child's Preference Entitled to Great Weight in Williamson Co., TN Child Custody Change: Robinson v. Robinson

Facts: Mother and Father, the parents of Son, were divorced in 2001. After the divorce, Father moved to Memphis. The parenting plan provided Son would reside with Mother in Fairview, Tennessee during the school year and with Father in Memphis for eight weeks in the summer. 1,436 more words

Family Law

VALIDITY SCALES AND SUSPECTED PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME

MMPI-2 validity scales of two groups of parents going through child custody evaluations, parents who engage in parental alienation syndrome (PAS) behaviors and parents who do not, were compared. 123 more words

Alienated Children

Grandparents Fail to Undo Adoption in Jonesborough, TN: In re R.S.M.

Facts: Mother was the unmarried parent of Child. Following the birth, Mother and Child lived with Grandparents in their home for over two years. Grandparents loved the child and they shared a close relationship. 1,198 more words

Family Law