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3 Factors Affecting a Child Custody Ruling: What Parents Need to Know

Posted: 03/02/2018 at 1:00 AM   /   Law

As a couple with children who plans to separate, an option to consider is appealing for child custody. Each parent may want to have the full custody of their children, but it’s the court that decides what the better choice is for the children involved. Couples seek legal assistance to be granted of child custody, […]

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All Alone: Misconceptions about DIY Divorce

Posted: 11/09/2017 at 1:00 AM   /   Law

While it is possible to handle your own divorce, this does not mean that it is the best approach for everyone. Even if you believe that your case is not complicated and you understand the process, there are always plenty of things you need to know that hours of research and reading divorce guides cannot […]

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Prenuptial Agreements: What’s the Need for Them?

Posted: 10/12/2017 at 7:53 AM   /   Law

Some couples create and sign prenuptial agreements before marriage. The document primarily lists the assets of each party and clearly notes who owns what should the marriage fall apart and the couple divorce. Many think that these contracts are only for the rich to be concerned about, but this isn’t the case. Denver family law […]

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3 Situations Wherein You Need a US Immigration Lawyer

Posted: 01/16/2017 at 11:51 AM   /   Law

You don’t need a lawyer when applying for an immigrant visa or a green card in the US. It may be frustrating and time-consuming, but you can accomplish it on your own. However, there are certain situations that call for the service of an immigration lawyer, such as the following: Inadmissibility Buhler Thomas Law, P.C., […]

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Caught in Possession of Drugs? Fight With Professional Help

Posted: 09/19/2016 at 3:26 AM   /   Law

In the State of Ohio, any felony related to drugs has severe penalties. One such felony is drug possession. When caught in possession of drugs, know that you will face severe charges, unless you fight it. From seriously high fines to imprisonment, the last thing you should do is to overlook the assistance a Cincinnati […]

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All’s Fair in Love, Support, and Child Care

Posted: 06/29/2016 at 6:07 AM   /   Law

In the case of the breakdown of a couple’s relationship, it’s always the child who loses. This could be true in general; there are many cases when parents are unable to resolve their issues amicably and their child or children are caught in the crossfire. (Did You) Put a Ring on It? In Colorado, the […]

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Methods of Gathering Evidence to Use in a Personal Injury Claim

Posted: 04/13/2016 at 6:01 AM   /   Law

Personal injuries occur when people least expect them. Whether the injuries you sustained from wrongful actions, medical negligence, work-related incidents or regardless if the accident was minor or not, it’s important to get a compensation claim. However, such compensation claims may never be granted if the victim lacks concrete evidence to substantiate the personal injury […]

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Learn what a Family Attorney can Do

Posted: 03/22/2016 at 8:33 AM   /   Law

A family attorney in Colorado Springs can deal with many different types of cases that involve directly-related loved ones. These cases are many times very sensitive in nature, especially when they involve children. The main rule when it comes to these situations is to always keep the best interest of the child in mind. A […]

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Spousal Support: Factors Affecting Alimony Payments

Posted: 02/20/2016 at 12:00 AM   /   Law

Alimony, commonly referred to as spousal support in Utah, is the payment of one spouse to the other spouse post-divorce. It’s not based on gender, and either spouse may request it. Nonetheless, the court usually grants spousal support to the more disadvantaged spouse. Factors When Determining Spousal Support in Utah Normally, the court grants spousal […]

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Free Legal Services: The Paralegal and Pro Bono Work

Posted: 08/21/2015 at 12:00 AM   /   Law

Just like lawyers, paralegals should also aspire to contribute pro bono services to those who are in need. In fact, the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) encourages such professionals to provide at least 24 hours of free legal services each year. Many families and individuals suffer today because they don’t have enough funds to […]

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