Figuring Out Child Support in Probate Court

Child custody arrangements can leave two parents sharing child custody equally, yet one party still pays child support to the other. The goal of child support is to establish an equal living environment for the children as much as possible. When both parties report their income, the income is put into a formula and child support is calculated. If one parent is the primary custodian, they are going to receive child support based on income reports.   Read More...

3 Things Your Divorce Attorney Can Help You With Prior To Filing

You have decided that divorce is the only solution for your tumultuous marriage, and you are delaying contacting a divorce attorney until you have things in order. It is a must to have an attorney later, but it is also good to bring in their legal counsel before you are ready to file. Take a look at some of the things your divorce attorney can help you out with prior to filing for a divorce.   Read More...

Mistakes To Avoid When Contemplating Divorce

Divorce is a complicated process that you should not further complicate with avoidable mistakes. Here are some of the mistakes you shouldn't make while preparing for a divorce. Go On a Spending Spree During a divorce, the court will review your assets and divide the marital assets fairly between the two of you. The review will involve not only the assets available at the time of the divorce but also the assets either of you consumed shortly before the divorce.   Read More...

Hiring A Probate Attorney To Help You Navigate The System

Probate is a little hard to understand for some people. Often people see the probate process as a bad thing, but if you know the process, it can be just the opposite. Getting help navigating the system can make the probate process much easier to get through. What is  Probate? Many people ask this question because probate has a bad rap, but if the process is handled correctly, it is a good thing.   Read More...

What Should Be Incuded In Your Divorce Order?

You are filing for divorce and want to be as clear as possible in your filing. In many situations, if you don't clearly state what you want to take with you from your marriage — from your children to your pets — you can end up in court fighting for what you feel is rightfully yours in the end. Whether you have children involved in your marriage or not, you want a skilled divorce lawyer by your side.   Read More...