By Richard Hart | Published December 18, 2020 | Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Outlook for Courts in 2021
2021 is almost here, thank god. What does the coming year look like for handling your case in court? There are reasons to be cautiously optimistic. Family Court Matters: A year ago, very few of us in the legal world knew about Zoom. Now we are all experts. The family courts have transitioned into using Read MoreRead More
The Coronavirus crisis has resulted in millions of people losing a large portion, if not all, of their income. This negatively effects everyone in the family. If a person is required to pay child support or maintenance but can no longer do so because of loss of income, he/she needs to take action immediately by Read MoreRead More
As we all know, the health crisis is causing extraordinary changes in our lives. Changes in legal proceedings are not exempt. Many actions affecting families are being put on hold or delayed. This applies even to matters that otherwise would have statutory deadlines to be decided by the courts. For right now, all matters what Read MoreRead More
The government has ordered family to stay at home unless you meet certain exceptions. One of the exceptions is to transport children pursuant to a custody agreement or court order. Therefore, the rule cannot be used to avoid the exchange of a child. But the issue already cropping up is should the child be exchanged Read MoreRead More
Q: What is a divorce?
A: A divorce is the legal termination of marriage. All states require a spouse to identify a legal reason for requesting a divorce when filing the divorce papers with the court. The reasons given when filing are referred to as the grounds for divorce.Read More ›