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April 2011 Archives

Grandparents Lose Their Rights to Visitation With Their Grandson

When parents deny grandparents any visitation with their grandchildren, grandparents may petition the family court for visitation rights if it is in the best interest of the grandchildren. Sometimes, however, the court may find that the parents have a good reason for denying grandparents visitation rights with the grandchildren.

Things for Divorced Parents to Remember

Divorced parents are going to have to have regular contact. This situation can be difficult, considering the frustration and anger that so frequently arise in a divorce. But there are ways to maintain a good relationship, or, to put it more accurately, to start a new positive relationship that benefits the children and the two of you.

Charlie Sheen Seeks, But Does Not Get, Full Custody of Boys

Charlie Sheen and his soon-to-be ex-wife Brooke Mueller reached a child custody agreement last month, in which Mueller has primary custody of the couple's two children, Bob and Max. However, Mueller recently refused to take a drug test that was a condition of the child custody arrangement. Shortly after, it was announced publicly that Mueller would be going to rehab.

General Advice on Prenuptial Agreements

For most people getting married for the first time, having a prenuptial agreement is an unappealing prospect. Only about three percent of first-time spouses get prenups. But a lot of people getting divorced and dealing with contentious matters of property division probably wish they had a clear and enforceable prenuptial agreement.

General Information on Property Division in Divorce

Even when a divorce is amicable, deciding how to divide the household's property is difficult. When a divorce is contentious, the problem is much much worse. In longer marriages in particular, there can be many types of property involved, and valuation of these assets can be very fluid. In other words, it is going to be hard for people who do not trust each other to agree on the value of many of the assets.

Divorce Will Affect Your Taxes, Part I

Economics have been a factor in keeping many couples from divorcing who might otherwise have split up sooner. For those who do divorce, though, economic factors will still play a part in their lives. For one thing, divorce has wide-ranging effects on the divorced spouses' taxes.

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