Laws regulate virtually every aspect of life, and the family is no exception. Family law exists to ensure that various issues affecting family relationships, such as divorce, separation, annulment, child custody and visitation rights, distribution of marital property, etc. are dealt with in a fair and just manner. If you are involved in a family law issue, your best b
- If you've always dreamed of owning a property but could never afford the down payment or qualify for the right level of mortgage, then you may have decided to team up with another individual instead. In this case, you may be able to pool your resources so you can put more money down and raise a mortgage for the right type of property. Yet you will want to make sure th
- When most people hear about domestic violence, they immediately think of a man abusing his wife and/or children. Indeed, many circumstances of domestic violence do involve wives being assaulted by their husbands, but this doesn't mean that it can't happen the other way around. Families should also be aware that men can fall victim to domestic violence from their spous
- When someone separates from their partner or spouse and settles all of their affairs in court, it may be time to get back to normal and make life more predictable. After all, they'll need to do their bit to care for the children and comply with the relevant court orders made, but the other party may be displaying erratic behaviour and making life a lot more difficult.
- Not all marriages end on bad terms. If you and your spouse have chosen to divorce amicably and are focused on making the transition easy for your children, the dissolution of your marriage may not end up becoming a war between the two of you. However, irrespective of how good of terms you think you are with your former spouse, it is still imperative to hire a divorce