Family Law Legal Advice  

       Family law affects each and every person. This law deals with divorce, pre-marital arrangements, separation, custody, child support, alimony, annulment and many more issues related to a family. More...

How To Get An Annulment ?

How To Get An Annulment ?

Annulment in civil court rather than a church is equivalent to divorce. Annulment laws differ from state to state same as the divorce laws. It depends on the State laws to permit grant over an annulment request. The major difference between annulment and divorce is determined by the type of paperwork involved and a fact that makes annulment slightly dissimilar from divorce. Divorces are to end marriages as annulments are granted though marriage never appeared in an individual’s life. More...

 

Legal Separation And Conditional Green Card

Legal Separation And Conditional Green Card

Green card may be issued to a person in case he or she is separated from their partner legally. Legal separation does not always end the marriage necessarily. Rather, it is a legal agreement which shows that the marriage has been broken and the couple is no longer together. Legal agreement may make one deal with all the similar conditions that are experienced in a divorce case such as child custody, division of property, visitation, child support, spousal support and so on. More...

 

When Is It Time To Leave A Marriage ?

When Is It Time To Leave A Marriage ?

Many people bear the pain in unwholesome marriages just to keep away the ache of ending a marriage. Some people tolerate pain for the sake of children and some for the sake of their spouse. Some people wait patiently for their partner to change so they could achieve the affection they need. People pretend to have a strong face and are brave enough to handle the situation with ease, which is not all the truth. More...

 

Facts About Surrogacy

Facts About Surrogacy

Surrogacy, being one of the most talked about as well as the most controversial topic has a lot that needs to be understood by the people. So, given below are certain very important facts about surrogacy that may help one make up his or her mind whether they are for or against this kind of an arrangement. More...

 

 

 

Unmarried Fathers Rights Of Access To Children

Unmarried Fathers Rights Of Access To Children

Fathers, who are unmarried, do not find it easy to win visitation rights and child custody from the family courts. They have to really struggle to get legal rights in order to spend some time with their kids since the law does not automatically grant permission for the same.More...

 

 

 

Advantages To Annulment

Advantages To Annulment

Divorce or dissolution of marriage is completely different from annulment of marriage. An annulment proclaims that a marriage never took place and there are no legal implications attached to it. Couples, who had a short spell of marriage, are most likely to adopt it than average people who are more comfortable with divorce and its subsequent benefits.More...

 

 

 

Who Qualifies For Alimony ?

Who Qualifies For Alimony

Most people consider alimony as a payment done by the husband to his wife however it is a spousal support applicable for both husband and wife. A number of factors are evaluated before awarding alimony. The length of marriage is one of the most important factors which determine whether alimony would be temporary or permanent.More...

 

 

 

Restraining Order Explained

Restraining Order Explained

A restraining order is a written instruction from the court that informs an individual who is harassing you or the ‘respondent’, to leave you alone. It has the power to direct the respondent to maintain the specified distance from you and your home, work place, your children’s school or day care provider.More...

 

 

 

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How-Many-Types-Of-Surrogacy-Are-There      Surrogacy is a medical solution for infertile couples. Women or a couple, who cannot bear children on their own, can be blessed with a baby with the help of a surrogate mother. There are basically two types of surrogacy, namely gestational and genetic. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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