Not all separations are high conflict, and divorces don't have to include skyrocketing lawyer’s bills, tearful arguments, emotionally wounded children, and frequent court appearances. In fact, if you and your spouse are on amicable terms and can work together, you can get an uncontested divorce, which
Overview of Annulment Annulment is a frequently misunderstood legal concept, because popular culture and religion have presented differing and often inaccurate views of what an annulment is in terms of family law.
When two adults marry or are romantically involved, they're free to end the relationship at any time and move on with their lives. What they're not free to do is stop providing financial help ("child support") to their children. Both parents have to support their children, but usually one ("the paying
Domestic violence is an equal opportunity offender that affects men, women, and children alike. When a couple breaks up after domestic violence has occurred, a history of abuse can have an impact on custody.