Keeping Your Family Strong--Even Through Divorce

  • 3 Signs That You Should File For An Emergency Child Custody Hearing

    22 May 2016

    Issues regarding child custody can go on for a long time, since they can be rather intense legal battles. In some situations, however, there simply isn't time to wait. Luckily, in some scenarios, you can petition for an emergency child custody hearing, which helps expedite the process so that you can go in front of a judge. These are a few signs that you should talk to a family law attorney about this option.

  • What Happens When Your Loved One Dies Without A Will

    9 April 2016

    Most people like to think that they have all the time in the world to make plans for how their belongings will be distributed when they pass. However, that is not always the case. If you just had a close family member or loved one pass away who did not have a will, here is a general overview of what will happen to their belongs or their estate. What Is An Estate?

  • Is Alimony Considered Income?

    8 February 2016

    Alimony is another word for spousal support, and most states allow this type of support to a certain extent. If you are awarded with alimony during your divorce, it is important for you to understand how this money is viewed in terms of income. Here are several things to know as you begin receiving your alimony payments. It is taxable income Alimony, unlike child support, is considered taxable income by the IRS.