Infidelity Checklist

Infidelity Checklist

Infidelity does not discriminate! It affects anyone no matter whether you are rich or poor, attractive or not, young or old. Nor, does it recognize your sexual preference. Infidelity has recognizable characteristics. Can you relate to these emotions or actions? Hurt, Denial, Frustration, Isolation, low self-esteem, and embarrassment. They can be but not limited...

Paternity

A Paternity lawsuit is a legal proceeding that allows unmarried parents to resolve issues similar to those dealt with in a dissolution proceeding but is limited to the issues of custody and visitation and child support. Establishing “parentage” means establishing the identity of the child’s parents. A parentage action begins by one party filing...

Annulment & Legal Separation

Do I qualify for an Annulment? In order to obtain an annulment you must prove either that the marriage is void or voidable. A void marriage is an incestuous or bigamous marriage. A marriage may be voided on the grounds of the age of the petitioner (less than 18) upon marriage, prior existing marriage, unsound mind, fraud, force, or physical incapacity. Remember...

Love and the Dotted Line

Love and the Dotted Line

It may not be the most romantic part of your blooming relationship, but a prenuptial agreement can protect your financial future if that bloom fades. Whether you’re Donald and Ivana or John and Jane, here’s what you need to know before walking down the aisle. Most people take marriage seriously, and hold high hopes for their new relationships. Little...