Structuring A Divorce When You Plan To Live Together
12 April 2017
Sometimes the marriage does not work out, even when you and your spouse get along. If you and your current spouse no longer feel like married partners, but you still get along as friends and parents very well, it can be a good idea to remain in the home together. Often married couples who divorce end up with bad credit or struggling financially due to taking care of marital debt but having their income cut.
How Children Can Be Affected By Bankruptcy
12 April 2017
If you have to declare bankruptcy, you are likely dealing with a decent amount of emotional turmoil. It can be stressful for you to have to figure out how you are going to manage your finances. Bankruptcy can be stressful because your creditors might continue to call you on a regular basis. However, what you might not be thinking about is how your children are going to be affected by bankruptcy.
Entertainment Law 101: 3 Benefits of Having a Lawyer on Your Side
7 April 2017
The entertainment industry is full of confusing contracts, terms, and laws that are difficult to navigate alone. Luckily, you don't have to. An experienced entertainment lawyer is a good asset to have on hand – whether you've hit it big or not. Entertainment lawyers offer many benefits, including these three:
Perhaps the biggest benefit of having an entertainment lawyer is negotiating power. A lawyer can help you negotiate through contracts, payments, non-disclosure agreements, and more.
Some Misbeliefs About Custody Rights Fathers Should Have Corrected
2 April 2017
Parental rights can be a very sensitive subject. Due to the emotionally charged nature of these matters, it can be easy for individuals to be more likely to give credit to misconceptions and notions. More precisely, fathers are often exposed to some misleading information regarding custody, and it is important to refute these claims.
Myth: The Mother Always Gets Physical Custody
There are many people that assume the courts will automatically attempt to award custody to the mother.