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September 2015 Archives

Acknowledging paternity can give fathers parenting rights

It has become extremely common for households with children to have only one parent. But at the same time, it continues to get more difficult for a single parent to make ends meet. The prices for everything from housing to food just keep getting higher and higher. From an economic standpoint, it can be extremely important for both of a child's parents to contribute to the household's expenses.

Retired military pay settlements require careful wording

It is almost impossible to overstate the importance of wording in a contractual agreement. The fact is, once parties sign on the dotted line, both are responsible for fulfilling their promises in accordance with how the contract is written. This means when you draw up a contract, it is extremely important that you understand what the contract really means and not just what you believe is implied.

Amenable parenting plans can help clarify child custody terms

But once the decision to dissolve a marriage is made, other issues follow. Child custody may be the most important of all issues that needs settling. Typically, one of the parties will take on the role of custodial parent. That is to say, he or she will have the children for the majority of the time. The other parent will likely seek to have visitation rights.

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