Your child is the most important person in your life. Your spouse may have once held that position, but now that you are going through the divorce process, your child has likely become your greatest focus. While you may have initially wanted to come to child custody terms outside of the courtroom, you and your soon-to-be ex were unable to work together.
Social media accounts are usually last on a person’s list when it comes to planning their estate – but they shouldn’t be. Not only could overlooking them mean a loss of sentimental value for your loved ones but it could pose challenges if they need to access your digital property when you pass away.
Better get your divorce or legal separation finalized before the end of 2018. At least that's what matrimonial law and financial experts are saying now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has been signed into law.
If you’re in a custody battle, you might be worried about how your parenting time with your child will be affected. You don’t want to do anything that will jeopardize the time that you spend together and you strive to be the best role model possible. You’re a homeowner and successful professional – maybe even running your own start-up business. Despite all this, if you have decided to take advantage of recreational marijuana in California, your rights as a parent may be in jeopardy.