Were You Warned? Understanding The Miranda Warning

12 January 2018
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The Miranda Warning is likely familiar to most; it's read to people who are being placed under arrest. This warning is meant to "warn" suspects that they need not speak to law enforcement without having council present. When you hear the words "You have the right to remain silent," you are hearing the opening sentence of the warning. To learn more about your rights against self-incrimination when you are arrested, and in other, murkier situations, read on. Read More 

Is It Possible To Divorce Someone Who’s Been Deported?

5 October 2017
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Over 240,000 people were deported from the United States in 2016. Although couples may have intended to remain together, maintaining a long-distance relationship sometimes takes its toll, and the spouse remaining in the US decides to get a divorce. Although the process is generally the same if your ex-spouse lived in the United States, there are a few additional hurdles you'll need to overcome to separate from your spouse when he or she lives in another country. Read More 

Three Tips For Choosing A Great Divorce Layer

24 July 2017
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When divorce becomes inevitable, one of the most important steps for you to take is to find a divorce lawyer to represent you as your case moves through the courts. But the right divorce lawyer for a friend may not be the right divorce lawyer for you. It's important to find someone whose personality melds well with your own, and who has the specific knowledge and experience to deal with the unique issues your divorce may present. Read More 

When You Want To Move Out Of State: Custody Options If You Share Children With An Ex

26 October 2016
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Once you have an established custody arrangement, it can be difficult to change it. The purpose of a permanent custody plan is to provide a consistent environment for the children, and changing the visitation plan is unsettling. While you may not love the current custody and visitation schedule, you will not be able to change the schedule unless there is a material change in circumstances. If you want to move out of state, you will have to provide a compelling reason for the judge to allow this to happen. Read More 

2 Reasons To Hire A Divorce Attorney

12 May 2016
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Hiring a divorce attorney is one of the best decisions that you can make when considering a divorce, mostly because he or she can provide you with services that can make the divorce process and aftermath of the divorce much easier to deal with. Listed below are two good reasons to hire a divorce attorney (such as one from http://www.kalkwarflaw.com).  Provides Mediation Assistance Going through the divorce process is often a very time-consuming, stressful, and difficult experience due to the multiple days in court that are often required for many divorce proceedings. Read More