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What Are a Grandparent's Rights in a Divorce?

A divorce can be painful for nearly all members of a family—especially the grandparents involved. A divorce can weaken the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren, even ending it in ...
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Our Attorneys Were Published by the ACFLS

We were recently published by the ACFLS Family Law Specialist, for our work on a research article: Clash in Public Policy: Rights of Privacy in Psychotherapeutic/Patient and Physician/Patient ...
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What are the Advantages of Establishing Paternity?

If you have a child with your spouse, meaning that you are legally married, there is usually no question about parentage. In this case, the law assumes that the husband is the father. When two parents ...
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Evidence in Child Custody - Minor's Counsel

Representing Children -- Evidence Checklist. Post Elkins. Minor's Counsel Training : Lawyer-to-Lawyer If you are appointed to represent a child in California Family Law courts, you must meet the ...
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Father's Rights Custody Checklist

4 Essentials in Proving Your Custody Case The social injustices lurking in Fathers' Rights issues cause many Dads to give up before they try. There are no GENERAL fixes for the biases of society, ...
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