January 15, 2018
Family Court Judges Should Not Have Jurisdiction to Order Parents to Pay College Expenses.

Family Court Judges Should Not Have Jurisdiction to Order Parents to Pay College Expenses

BWS: Opinion: Family Court Judges Should Not Have Jurisdiction to Order Parents to Pay College Expenses. By Luke Burke According to the Census Bureau, around 36 percent of U.S. adults have bachelors’ degrees. The past few decades have seen a push for four-year education to keep up with the evolving […]
July 6, 2017
Tips for Fathers Seeking Custody

Tips for Fathers Seeking Custody

The spotlight is on fathers this month. Unfortunately, in the United States’ court system, fathers often must go above and beyond to prove that they deserve to have custody of their child. If you are a father filing for joint or full custody, you may need to prepare for a […]
January 9, 2015
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Keeping Your Costs Down in Divorce

I recently came across a post written by Ontario attorney, John Schuman, who does an excellent job of explaining costs in family court cases.  He breaks the effects on cost into six factors: 1)    Is a trial required to address the issues in the case? 2)    Is custody or access […]
August 1, 2014
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Criminal Charges – The Family Court Strategy “Du Jour”

The Family Court has always been a place where high emotion can take the place of rational thought.  More to the point, when custody and visitation of children are at stake, the obligation to tell the truth and nothing but the truth takes a back seat to winning at any […]
July 29, 2014
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South Carolina Extends Grandparent Visitation Rights

Grandparents have always had a major influence on the raising and spoiling of their grandchildren. Grandparents’ values are passed down in the parenting by their children. And, in many families, the grandparents are de facto parents to their grandchildren until the parents become mature enough to raise them. Nevertheless, Grandparents […]