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How Your Criminal Past May Impact Your Divorce

If you are going through a divorce and you have a criminal past, you may be wondering if and how your criminal past will affect your divorce. The reality is that, in many cases, criminal histories don't impact divorce proceedings or outcomes. However, it's also possible for your criminal past to torpedo your divorce. Here are three factors that may determine whether your past brushes with the law will affect your divorce:  Read More 

How Grandparents Can Legally Take Care Of Their Grandchildren

Grandparents aren't legally obligated to take care of their grandchildren. As a grandparent, however, you obviously love your grandkids and wouldn't want them to suffer just because their parents can't take care of them. Here are three ways in which you can legally take care of your grandkids: Adoption You are free to adopt your grandkids just as you are free to adopt any other kid who is up for adoption. Read More 

How Not To Waste Time When Divorcing

In the not too distant past, an unhappy couple had a number of choices if they wanted to get a "quickie" divorce. These types of quick divorces are pretty much a thing of the past, but if you are willing to "reside" in some places or fly to another country, there are still some variations of quickie divorces available. Read on to learn more about the places where you can still get unhitched relatively quickly. Read More 

Before Accepting A DUI Plea Bargain, Follow These 3 Tips

More than 90 percent of all state-presented cases are resolved in plea bargains. For this reason, if you've been charged with a DUI, you shouldn't be shocked if this is your outcome. While a plea might seem like an easier option when compared to a trial, make sure you understand the decision to accept an offer should be one that is well thought out, as there are real consequences.    Read More 

Prove These Three Things To Win Custody Of Your Kids

Child custody is one of the fiercest battle parents wage when going through divorce. You need a strong arsenal to win such a battle. Here are three things you need to prove to strengthen your case: You Provide Daily Care to the Kid Kids can't take care of themselves, so they rely on adults (usually parents) to take care of them on a daily basis. Showing that you have been providing and intend to continue providing this daily help will go a long way in boosting your custody battle. Read More