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July 2018 Archives

Relocating after you end your marriage

The end of a marriage can bring up various issues, whether they are legal or emotional in nature. From family law matters such as a custody dispute to stress and depression, many different changes can come into a person’s life after splitting up with their spouse. However, divorce should not always be seen in a negative light, it can also result in all sorts of new opportunities. For example, someone may be able to move to a new city after they move on from a marriage that was holding them back, opening up more lucrative job opportunities or allowing them to live where they wish.

Protective orders are not one-size-fits-all

Keeping your self and the ones you love safe from harm is always a priority when you have a family. Unfortunately, sometimes the individuals who pose a treat are those who are close to you, and may even be family members. For those who face credible threats to their safety or the safety of someone in their care, a protective order may provide the clout they need to to enforce their rights and protect themselves from danger.

Paying child support as a business owner

For some business owners, the financial consequences of ending their marriage can be tough, whether they struggled with the division of marital property or alimony. Child support payments can also be difficult for business owners for a number of reasons, from figuring out how much they will be required to pay to making payments on time in the wake of financial difficulties. If you run a business, it is important to make sure that you stay current on child support you owe regardless of business-related challenges you may encounter.

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