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Tag Archives: O’Connor

DO YOU KNOW THE LAW BEHIND YOUR OWN CASE?

Posted in Practice Issues

Recently I posted about questioning whether your own attorney knows what he is doing and, as part of that question, whether the attorney knows the law surrounding your divorce or related family law matter.  A related question worth discussion is whether you know and understand the law and how it impacts your case. With busy… Continue Reading

When True Shared Parenting Isn’t 50-50 for Relocation Analysis

Posted in Custody, Visitation/Parenting Time

We have blogged about the issue of relocation (removal) with children after a divorce and the standards that a court must follow.  To see our prior posts, click here, here and here.  The considerations are different if the parties have a truly shared parenting plan or if the non-custodial parent has something less than 50-50.  In… Continue Reading