3 December 2013 0 Comments

Working Together is Good for All: Joint Custody Agreements

ShareDid you know that children in joint custody arrangements have fewer behavioral and emotional problems? In addition they have high self-esteem and better family and school relationships. Children need both parents in their lives. The following are some helpful hints to make sure that co-parenting and joint custody work in your family: Set up a […]

18 November 2013 0 Comments

My New Spouse Earns A High Wage

ShareI have been asked many times by a parent who has remarried if his or her child support payments will increase because they married a high earner. Each parent’s financial support obligation depends on: Total income earned by each parent Time spent with children Number of children Medical needs of children Education needs of children […]

10 June 2013 0 Comments

Adultery, Leading Cause of Divorce in the U.S.

ShareDo you suspect that your husband is cheating on you? You are not alone. One of the main causes for divorce in the United States is adultery. If there is a lack of trust in your relationship, sit down and decide what you’re going to do, Talking to an experienced Divorce attorney can help you […]

16 May 2013 0 Comments

Financial Support Payment

ShareIf you are going through a divorce, the lives of your minor children may be altered.  One of the first issues that come to mind is child support. Child support is the financial support paid from one parent to the other – the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent. Support is ordered when one parent […]

13 May 2013 0 Comments

Former NFL Player Still Battling Custody Issues

ShareNothing is more heartbreaking than children caught in the middle of a bitter custody dispute. There are two types of custody which are usually awarded: physical custody, where the children primarily reside, and legal custody, which involves major decision making regarding education, health and the general welfare of the children.  In most cases, it is best […]

8 May 2013 0 Comments

Visitation Agreement Rights

Share I don’t know how many times I have heard, “I want to see my children more” – during or after divorce proceedings. Some of the most contested issues of a divorce are child custody and visitation.  Every parent has the right to visit with his or her children – unless a formal court ruling […]

6 May 2013 0 Comments

Changing or Modifying a Custody Agreement

ShareArriving at a child custody arrangement that is agreeable to both parents and is acceptable to the court is a great challenge.  Child custody is one of the most highly-contested issues in a divorce. Sometimes circumstances drastically change in the years after a divorce.  If significant changes in your situation occur, you may need to […]

3 May 2013 0 Comments

Family Law Frequently Asked Questions

Share As a grandparent, do I have the right to seek visitation or custody? A family law matter that is increasing in popularity is the concept of a grandparent seeking visitation rights or even custody of grandchildren. Custody is more likely if both parents lose their lives, but grandparent visitation rights may be an issue […]

29 April 2013 0 Comments

Grandparents Rights

Share When a divorce occurs and child custody and visitation are to be determined between the parents we cannot forget the grandparents who also have a right to visitation with their grandchildren, if it can be proven there is a strong bond between the two and if it is in the child best interest to […]

17 April 2013 0 Comments

Domestic Violence: Legal Remedies to Promote Your Safety

Share At Holstrom, Sissung, Marks & Anderson, we take the issue of domestic violence very seriously. Our lawyers offer a full range of services, including filing for immediate temporary restraining orders and working with authorities to enforce police protective orders. More to the point, they can start working to protect you and your children today. […]