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When Can a Parent Take a Child Out of State?

9.23.19_Holman_When can a parent take a child out of state_100P.pngIf you are going through a divorce that involves children, it's important to be aware of the laws involved. You may have relocated due to your spouse's job and are now looking to move back home closer towards family to get your new life back on track. However, if this relocation is taking place out of state this can be a very complicated matter. During a divorce or child custody, there are arrangements that are made in the children's best interest. These will include how legal and physical custody between parents will be shared.

What Your Insurance Company Should Provide For You After A Hurricane

Hurricane season is officially here and, while you can't avoid Mother Nature and her wrath, you can always be prepared. Knowing what to expect following a disaster like a hurricane can make a huge difference in how your claim is dealt with. If you have ever experienced damage from a hurricane, then you know dealing with a disaster claim is extremely stressful. For one, you are already overwhelmed at the damage that has been caused. But in addition to your claim, there are typically hundreds of other people going through the same thing. This means that many insurance providers may be understaffed or overburdened during the time of your claim.

What is Parental Alienation?

During a divorce, there are many cases where one parent hates their spouse more than they love their child or children. When something like this happens, issues like parental alienation occur. Parental alienation is a consistent set of behaviors that work to drive a wedge or create an issue between a parent and their child/children. Parental alienation can be portrayed is small ways such as one parent making their child feel guilty for enjoying spending time with the other parent. Or, it can be more apparent in ways like throwing away gifts that were given to them by a parent.

How Divorced Dads Survive Father's Day

Father's Day is approaching, and some may be concerned about what to expect, especially those dads who are divorced or recently split from their spouse. A lot of a father's greatest loss during a divorce is spending time with their children. It's important to keep in mind that divorce affects your children too and Father's Day is the perfect time to show them just how much you love them and how happy you are to be their dad. It may be called Father's Day, but it really should be spent celebrating those who made you a dad in the first place. Whether you are only spending a few hours or the entire day on Father's Day with your children, be sure to let your kids know that you are there for them.

4 Myths and Truths Concerning Father's Rights in Divorce

Going through a divorce is extremely stressful. On top of that, it can be very confusing, especially when Father's Rights come into play. There are many common misconceptions concerning men's rights and a lot of information that you can find which is conflicting. Due to the complex nature of a divorce, it's important to work with a skilled law firm that has experience dealing with these matters. With the Holman Law Firm, our team works diligently and effectively to ensure your rights are maintained. Keep reading as we debunk a few myths and provide some truth concerning men's rights in divorce.

Family Law Issues for Same-Sex Couples

Equality in marriage was a huge leap in many ways, but we still have a long way to go before same-sex couples experience real legal equality. Just like couples of the opposite sex, same-sex couples wish for things like a family or being married. However, there are many legal issues that can stand in the way for those in the LGBTQ community. Keep reading below to find out some of the most common family law issues that same-sex couples face.

Common Misconceptions About Spousal Support and Alimony

Divorce is a common occurrence and many people go through them every year. Despite how often divorces occur, there are still many misconceptions about what goes on after them. One of the major misconceptions following a divorce involves the payment of alimony. Below are a few myths we are going to debunk for you.

The Benefits of Having a Prenuptial Agreement

Wedding season in Pensacola is among us and while this is a season full of love and happiness, some couples may be faced with the not-so-happy topic of a prenuptial agreement. If your partner brings up signing a prenuptial agreement, don't think it is because they have doubts or don't love you. Prenuptial agreements are a safe way for both parties to ensure their commitment to one another and to make sure in the worst case scenario that it doesn't work out, they are taken care of. Prenups are very common amongst individuals who are in their second marriage or have blended families. They are also common for those who want to protect their business or an inheritance. Prenuptial agreements don't have to cause tension between partners. If you are considering a prenup, below are a few benefits to having one.

Dating During Divorce - Is it ok?

Dating while going through a divorce is not unusual. Actually, it is pretty common - however, just because it is common doesn't mean that it is always the best choice. Divorce is different for each couple because each person has their own unique issues they are dealing with while going through the divorce process. While at times dating can be helpful to your situation, it can also cause more issues than you truly need. Each divorce is different, so dating while going through it is circumstantial.

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