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November 2018 Archives

What family law issues can be accomplished in court?

Many family matters can be handled within the home, finding a resolution that works for everyone. However, not all family matters are that simple. For example, in instances of divorce or child custody, having a legally binding resolution can be best. Without a family law decision in place, it is tougher to hold all parties accountable for their responsibilities and actions.

Grandparents' rights for those in strained custody arrangement

When a romantic relationship goes south, it can have different implications for different people. If a relationship also involved children, the result can create a very different home environment compared to the one they are accustomed to. This can have farer reaching effects than just the parents or child. It could also impact a child's relationship with their grandparents.

All about military divorce and pension benefits

Military service is one of the most highly recognized positions a person can have. Military members and their families deserve to be recognized and rewarded for their sacrifice and service. One way in which military members are rewarded is with benefits like pension and health benefits. When a family has decided to get a divorce, these military only benefits are often top concern.

Highest court to rule on constitutionality of no-fault divorce

When it comes to divorce law, it's an issue traditionally handled by the state. That means Mississippi state law dictates how laws are issued in accordance with different divorce and child custody issues. If the law then needs applying, it can go to the state courts as to how to proceed. However, the highest state court has been asked to rule on the constitutionality of divorce and 'no fault' law.