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Last week we discussed the various forms of physical custody that can be ordered by a judge in a child custody matter. This week we focus on legal custody and its implications. Legal custody describes who can make major decisions about the children. Major decisions often include where the children will attend daycare, preschool, or […]

The idea of going to court for custody of your children is a stressful thought alone. Combine that with legal terms and questions being thrown at you by the opposing attorney and the judge, and it can become overwhelming. Understanding what these legal terms mean will hopefully give you an idea of what to expect […]

The legal process can be scary, overwhelming, frightening, stressful, you name it. Educating yourself so you can help your attorney in your case or to prepare to represent yourself is the first step to taking control of your case and making the process a little less stressful. The Know (Before You Go) will provide you […]

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