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3 Reasons Cohabiting Partners Need a Family Lawyer

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There is a long-held belief that cohabiting partners are in a common-law marriage and entitled to the same legal rights as married couples or a civil partnership. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth; no legal criteria qualify cohabiting partners as common-law partners. Notably, most cohabiting partners believe that they do not need a family lawyer at any point in their relationship. However, cohabiting partners can and should work with family lawyers to navigate the legal complexities of cohabitation. Read More»

Are You Facing a Family Problem? 4 Ways a Family Lawyer Can Help You

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Family issues like divorce, child custody and asset sharing can cause huge misunderstandings in families. Therefore, it is best to look for mediatory services to solve the matters amicably. That is where family legal services come in. With their years of experience handling family disputes, family lawyers are best suited to handle such matters. A family lawyer has expertise and experience to help you navigate any of the following situations:  Read More»

Avoid a Devastating Divorce! 3 Mistakes That Could Attract Problems You Hadn't Seen Coming

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If you have tried everything else to save your marriage in vain and divorce seems the only feasible solution, you need to handle it carefully. If you have some valuable assets, deciding who gets what can be difficult since everyone wants a proportionate share. Whether you had some valuable assets before you got married or you worked hard to acquire your assets after marriage, be careful how you handle them during the divorce process so you don’t end up on the losing end. Read More»

Steps for making a newly adopted child feel like part of the family

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Adopting a child is an excellent way of adding a new member to your family and giving the child a fresh start at life. However, the adoption process requires careful planning–much more planning than you might have thought of. As adopting parents, you may feel ready for the experience and even excited to give your new child a home. But depending on the age of the child, little details can swing the adoption process from a joyful to a stressful experience. Read More»

Could You Be Eligible to Claim Future Assets of the Other Party After Separation?

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Monetary matters will almost always come to the fore whenever two individuals separate and decide to go their own ways. Sometimes, these issues are part of the cause of the breakup, but, nevertheless, cash always seems to be a contentious issue and can prompt a case to go before the courts. If you are arguing about “who gets what,” then you may have to apply for judgement as far as the assets of both individuals are concerned. Read More»