Blog Posts in September, 2017

  • Tip of the Week

    || 25-Sep-2017

    Once you receive an order from a court you have thirty days to appeal it in most situations. If you want to appeal an order do not wait or hesitate to speak to an attorney. Should you be unable to speak to an attorney to determine if you want to file an appeal be on the safe side and file for one, as this only preserves the right to engage in the appellate process. If you wait too long, then you ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 18-Sep-2017

    If you engage in text messages or other forms of electronic communication with your child’s other parent keep a copy of these messages. They may be useful for your attorney to determine what occurred on the day in question. Due to the use of smart phones many courts have become reliant on text messages and e-mails to determine what may or may not have occurred between parties at an alleged ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 11-Sep-2017

    Always read any document that you are signing. Your signature is a powerful thing and some documents that are signed cannot be undone no matter how much whiteout you may use. If you have a question about your legal rights before signing a legal document always have a consultation with an attorney. An attorney is the person in the best position to advise you regarding the impact now and in the ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 4-Sep-2017

    Once a child support order has been entered against an individual the services of the Child Support Collection Unit may help to collect the amounts due. This is sometimes done when the ordered sum is taken directly from an individual’s paycheck and providing the sum to the Child Support Collection Unit for distribution.
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