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What Is Common Law Marriage?

by: Teo Spengler

Common law marriage is a type of marriage currently permitted only in a minority of the states. The marriage is created by a couple's actions in living together, sharing finances and holding themselves out as married to friends, family and ...
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What Is Family Law?

by Claire Gillespie

Is Domestic Violence a Felony?

by Teo Spengler

How to Give Guardianship to a Family Member

by Victoria Langley

Who is Considered Immediate Family For Bereavement Leave?

by: Danielle Smyth

Only parents, siblings, spouses and children are considered immediate family by definition. Employers may expand upon this definition in their bereavement policies.
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Moving Out of State With Your Child After a Breakup or Divorce

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Dividing Retirement Plans After a Long Marriage – Who Gets What?

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Ohio's Prenuptial Agreement Laws

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Michigan Laws on Child Custody for Grandchildren

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The Legal Definition of Mental Cruelty in a Texas Divorce

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Laws on Divorce in Kane County, Illinois

When filing for divorce, Kane County follows the laws of the State of Illinois. You can petition the court if you or your spouse have lived in the ...

The Difference Between Binding & Nonbinding

by: Irwin Fletcher

When you seek to enforce a legal document or a decision in an arbitration matter, it is important to understand whether it is legally binding. Nonbinding documents or decisions are not enforceable by the people or companies involved.
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Dissolution of a Marriage With Children

by Sherrie Scott

How to Declare Child Custody to Grandparents

by Hannah Maarv

How to File for a Contested Divorce in Washington State

by Jackie Whalen

How to Write a Postnuptial Agreement

by: Contributor

A postnuptial agreement is much like a prenuptial or premarital agreement, but you negotiate and write it after you’ve tied the knot. Some courts take a dimmer view of postnuptial contracts than prenups when it comes to enforceability, however, ...
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How to Get Custody of Grandchildren

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How to Adopt a Grandparent

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How to Begin the Process of Child Custody for Mothers

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About Common-Law Divorce

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How to Create your own Marital Settlement Agreement

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How to Prepare for a Case Management Conference in Divorce

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How to Adopt a Child without Using an Agency

Although many families do not realize it, it is not necessary to go through an adoption agency in order to adopt a child. These adoptions, called ...

What Are the Legal Rights of Women in Divorce?

by: Contributor

Men and women are afforded the same rights in a divorce. While divorce laws in previous decades treated men and women differently – for example, giving mothers preference for custody – modern law treats both genders equally. The court looks at each ...
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What Makes a Document Legally Binding?

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What Are the Rules for Serving Divorce Papers?

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How to Get a Child Back After Adoption

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Divorce Advice for Women

by: Contributor

Whether it is coming as a complete shock or you have been thinking about this for a while, a divorce is a stressful time and women need to know what to expect and how to prepare themselves for their future. Hiring an attorney, mediation, telling the ...
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How Long Does a Marital Separation Agreement Last?

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