Whatever the case may be, you now find yourself at the end of a phone call, text message or even a social media post that you’re going to be a father. If this is your first child this can become a very overwhelming experience. It is important to know what your next steps are, what you can and can’t do as well as what your rights are as the potential father in the situation.
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The decision to adopt is a life-changing decision that should not be taken lightly. Families have to consider many factors to make a well thought out decision. For some, the decision to adopt is one they embrace and makes their lives complete, but for others, it may not be the right fit.
Grandparents are a significant and special part of their grandchildren’s lives, providing love, support, and sometimes fulfilling parental needs and duties. When divorce occurs, many grandparents worry that their ability to see their grandchildren will be compromised.
In the years following a divorce, changes in circumstances can result in the need to modify the previous child support award amount. Life changes such as changes in employment, changes in daycare or health care costs, or changes in parenting time are all situations which may require child support award modification.
If you’re in a car accident, chances are your first inclination is going to be to take care of all of the paperwork as soon as possible. Not so fast, a speedy resolution to a car accident may not help you—it may be a way for your insurance agency to pay out as little as possible.
There is no limit on the number of bankruptcy cases that one may file. In fact, there is no limit in between time frames to file bankruptcy. Nevertheless, if sufficient time between filings does not take place, you may be not be eligible for “discharge.”