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Will Moving Out Impact Child Custody?

When a married couple decides to divorce, one of the first questions will be, “Should one of us move out of the family home?” If the marriage has broken down due to a recent affair, or because the constant arguing has become unbearable, emotions can run high, and living under one roof may seem impossible. This question of moving cannot be taken lightly, especially if you’re thinking about moving out and leaving your kids behind. That...

What to Tell the Judge at my Permanent Protection Order Hearing

Once you have a temporary protection order restrianing the defendant from you, the Court will set a date for you to come back and have a hearing on whether that protection order should be made permanent. At that hearing you need to prove two things for the Court to find that the temporary protection order should be made permanent. Those two things are: An act of violence or domestic violence has occurred, and; That violence...

Abuse In Marriage

Over half of all marriages in the United States today, end up in divorce court. Abuse can be physical, sexual, or emotional. There are times when there is a combination of all three. A common reason for the abuse is that one partner is attempting to gain control of the other, by hitting or verbally abusing them. “You’re fat, you’re ugly, no one else would have you,” are examples of verbal and emotional abuse. The...

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