How Can I Show My Ex-Spouse is an Unfit Parent?

How Can I Show My Ex-Spouse is an Unfit Parent? During divorces, it's not uncommon that one parent doubts the parental skills of the other. In some cases, the problem may be so severe as to justify requesting a termination of parental rights. To do so, you and your family law attorney must show that the other party is an "unfit parent." Proving this involves submitting various types of evidence to demonstrate lack of fitness.…

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Visitation Rights: How the Decision is Made

Visitation Rights: How the Decision is Made The laws regarding child visitation dictate how a non-custodial parent interacts with a child. Child visitation rights are a matter of state law. Orders for support are handled by the local family court that hears the divorce. The basic point of visitation rights is to allow the child to spend a specific amount of time with a parent he or she does not live with.…

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The Ins and Outs of Probate Court

The Ins and Outs of Probate Court The word probate is one of the most commonly recognized legal terms. Usually, it has a negative connotation. This is because it can be a long, complicated process. Even an experienced attorney will advise that it is best to avoid probate hearings. Though this may be true, probate plays an important role in estate law.…

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