The Family Law Arbitration Act

The Family Law Arbitration Act

The Family Law Arbitration Act – In some of our previous entries, we have discussed the requirement of attending mediation whenever the issue of child custody is brought to the Court’s attention. Outside of this mediation requirement, the parties to a child...
Getting Attorney’s Fees from Your Spouse

Getting Attorney’s Fees from Your Spouse

Divorces can take a heavy toll on people. When any aspect of a divorce is contested, it can be mentally and financially draining on the parties involved. In general, most family law attorneys bill their clients on a retainer. This means that the client deposits a flat...
Perjury and the Fifth Amendment

Perjury and the Fifth Amendment

We are sharing a blog on both perjury and the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Much of this blog is not specific to family law, but issues of perjury do come up in family law. It is a crime to commit perjury, whether in a criminal or family law (civil) setting....
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