This article will discuss a child born out of wedlock and a father’s rights in such a situation. A child born out of wedlock can be a joyous occasion as well as a stressful one. Depending on the nature and extent of the relationship between the mother and father, a child born out of wedlock followed by the relationship breakup can lead to conflict. Fathers naturally concern themselves regarding their rights on both child custody and child support when their child is born out of wedlock. In our experience, the relationship’s nature between the father and mother can impact the conflict level after the child is born. [Read more…]
Archives for July 2017
It is not often I promote news related to new social media outlets on the firm’s website. But every once in a while an idea comes along that merits promotion. That idea is The Good Men Project’s IndieGoGo campaign.
What is IndieGoGo? Their website says it best:
We are re-inventing media.
Media has historically been passive. It started with things you read—books, newspapers, magazines. Then radio and television brought media you consumed. Blogs and podcasts were re-configurations of…you guessed it, things you read or media you listened to. Social media gave us media you shared. But social media—as we soon found out—isn’t always social. There are trolls. Polarization. Misunderstandings.
IndieGoGo allows real people to discuss real life issues in an internet camp fire setting. What issues?
Conversations about Politics. Parenting. News. Gender & Sexuality. Racism. Ethics. Sexism. Wellness. Relationships. And more.
It seems to be about an honest collaboration of ideas and perhaps finding solutions to real life problems. Our interest in this is how husbands, wives, fathers and mother can have an outlet to discuss issues related to parenting, marriage and perhaps the stress and emotions that can come with divorce.
Is IndieGoGo for you? One way to find out – check out their website and find out for yourself.
How to avoid paying alimony that is too much and for too long depends greatly on diligence before there is a court order. This article is for the higher earning spouse during the marriage who has a potential exposure to alimony. This article is not for the spouse who wants to violate a court order or lie to the court about his or her income. Our firm does not represent such spouses. This article on how to avoid paying alimony is all about smart, preventive measures that are consistent with the law.
For a comprehensive look at alimony, check out our excellent guide on California alimony laws.
Ready? Let’s dive into this interesting topic. Everything we write here applies only to California divorces. [Read more…]
How long do you have to be married to get alimony? This is a question often raised by a spouse in a short-term marriage. Spouses ask this question because they are unsure whether a court would order alimony given the short duration of their marriage. This question impacts both the spouse who is concerned about paying alimony and the spouse concerned about receiving alimony.
Let’s look at this question closer for some answers. Everything we write here only applies to California divorces and no other State. [Read more…]