Divorce is probably one of the most difficult experiences a human being can endure. In addition to mourning the loss of a cherished relationship, you also have to navigate a complicated legal process. But if you and your spouse still have a functional relationship and are able to work together, you may
Overview of Annulment and Void Marriages Annulment is often misunderstood, because popular culture and religion tend to present inaccurate views of what an annulment is in terms of family law. This article focuses on "civil annulments" not "religious annulments," which can only be granted by a church or clergy member.
Although parents may end their relationship with one another, both parents have a continuing duty to financially support their children, regardless of whether they are involved in their children’s lives. Parents that hide income or quit a well-paying job to reduce their child support obligation are making a mistake - one that may ultimately backfire.