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November 2016 Archives

How can you recognize abuse?

It can be easy to question how a person stays in a domestic violence situation, but it's not always straightforward. Certain actions that you may not consider to be abuse are, and others actions could be threatening or dangerous, forcing a person to stay in a relationship out of fear for their lives or the lives of others.

What happens if you want a divorce as a dual citizen?

If your divorce involves dual citizenship, you probably know it isn't as straightforward as a typical divorce. It's becoming more common to see people married from different countries and obtaining multiple citizenships, but that can make your divorce a little more difficult. You'll have to decide where to get a divorce and which country's laws work best for your case. You'll also want to work with an educated legal team that understands international laws.

Child support is for more than just the necessities

When a person argues about child support, he or she may state common misconceptions about support as reasons why he or she should not pay more or even the amount that he or she has been ordered to pay. For example, there is the idea that children should only receive compensation for the bare necessities. That means things like food or clothing would be covered by child support.

What are some things you can do to help a child through divorce?

If you're going to get a divorce, there are several things that you can do to make it easier for your children. For example, you probably already know that if you say negative things about your child's other parent, your child may start to dislike you or start to dislike the other parent depending on the situation.