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Normal Parenting Plan in WA
 
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Produced by Genesis Law Firm (http://www.genesislawfirm.com). Describes a normal parenting plan in Washington State, sometimes called an 'every-other-weekend' parenting plan. The video also explains the typical allocation of holidays and other residential portions of a parenting plan.
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3 THINGS to ASK When NEGOTIATING A PARENTING PLAN
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com These are 3 things parents need to address when negotiating & creating a parenting time plan. It is important that you address these things with the other parent when negotiating & drafting a parenting plan. 1. Do you want sole custody or joint custody Custody or Legal Decision Making means your & the other parent's ability to make major decisions about the lives of your children. Decisions such as medicine, education, and personal care decisions. So you need to think about if you want sole or joint custody. Once you've hammered that out, you need to start thinking about what parenting time plan you're going to be asking the other party to share with you. There are lots of different parenting plans out there. You really should be thinking about the best interest of your kids and coming up with a plan for them so some people have a week on we got planned other people have one parent gets every other weekend so I would encourage you to do your research. Look at websites & figure out what plan works best for the kids & map it out with begin times and end times. 2. Planning Holidays Once you have in your mind whatever parenting plan that you're going to go for the next thing to do is to move onto holidays. What are you going to be requesting for different holidays. You & the other parent may not celebrate the same holidays that most other people do. For example not everybody celebrates Christmas or Easter. It’s important to define what each holiday is going to be in terms of start times and end times because really as I talked about in the video last week (https://youtu.be/9Obx_8CyBJg) that’s where people get into conflict especially around this time of year, Christmas & New Years. If you don't set start and end times it really could lead to a major incident that creates & not so great memory for the kids. 3. Vacations You also want to think about vacation parenting time. As your kids get to be school-age they're going to be getting vacation like summer vacation in most cases. Some kids go to school year round but do you want you and the other parent to have the ability to take a week or two with the kids and go out of state or take a trip to Disneyland. So it is super important for you to include this into your parenting plan & propose to the other park party what specific vacation schedule you're asking for. You also should be putting what notification schedule you want, in other words how far in advance do each of you need to let the other parent know if you're going to be taking a vacation & what sorts of information do you want to have before your child goes on vacation with the other parent. And are you willing to provide that same information. If you're going into the courtroom you really need to have outlined these things for the court with specificity. The more specific you are the better you and the other parent are going to be in the future. Especially if it dispute comes up because then you can go right to the parenting plan & look at it. If it's not in the parenting plan then you're going to probably find yourself in custody court. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com Please read the disclaimer below: This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case.
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Parenting Plans for Divorcing Couples in Washington
 
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You can go online and look at the state form as to the different categories that must be addressed. The broad-brush categories are what’s the schedule during the school year, what happens for winter vacation, what happens for spring break in mid-winter vacation, what happens during the summer, is it going to be different than the school schedule.  If you have a very young children you may build in step increases for residential time with the other parent -- for example a one year old is generally not going to do a 50-50 schedule but perhaps by the time that child is 10 they could spend half the time with the mother and half her time with her father. \n
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How Is a Parenting Plan Enforced?
 
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What are the ways you can enforce a parenting plan? What are the steps I need to take to enforce a parenting plan? For more information about filing for divorce, how divorce works, or any other family law matters in Colorado, contact Lewis & Matthews P.C. today, http://matthewsfamilylawyers.com/ Lewis & Matthews, P.C. | Denver Family Law Firm | 720-330-4866 | http://matthewsfamilylawyers.com/ | 1890 Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80206
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How to File For Divorce in Washington
 
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STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE: http://howtofilefordivorce.org/how-to-file-for-divorce-in-washington.htm STEP 1 - Download the required Washington divorce papers: http://howtofilefordivorce.org/divorce-papers-washington.htm STEP 2 - To start filling out the forms, the spouses should meet with one another in order to fill out the following forms: Domestic Cover Sheet (*leave blank the 'Attorney Information Section) Confidential Information Petition for Dissolution of Marriage (Sign 'Joinder' section) Financial Declaration Sealed Financial Source Document Parenting Plan (*if you have children) Child Support Worksheet (*if you have children) You may want to call the clerk to see what the filing fee is for your county before you file the forms with the Court Clerk's office in the County where you are a resident. See List. STEP 3 - You must SERVE your spouse (You can serve by simple standard mail) of the filing by sending copies of the filed documents (above) as well as the ACCEPTANCE OF SERVICE form which must be completed and signed by your spouse and returned to you. STEP 4 - When you go to the clerk's office to file the Acceptance of Service, you will be allowed to make a court hearing date. You will have to make the date at least 90 days from the date you filed all the divorce forms in Step 2. STEP 5 - You can now schedule a court hearing date over the phone with the clerk. You will be given a date and you will need to notify your spouse of the time and day. Be sure to complete the following forms: Order of Child Support (*if you have children) Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law Decree of Dissolution of Marriage STEP 6 - Go to your court hearing bringing all the filed and completed documents. If the Judge sees fit that you have completed all the necessary steps then your Decree will be signed. File the Decree with the clerk and the divorce process is complete in the State of Washington.
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Washington State Divorce
 
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Seattle Divorce Attorney Talks Child Support and Divorce for Men
 
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Rick Jones of Goldberg Jones talks child support, divorce, child custody, and modifying parenting plans in Washington. He answers the following questions: Is there is a statute of limitations on Child Support? Can you ex-spouse keep your child away from you even if you pay child support? How can you get the state to recognize the rights to your child? What are the odds of going back and adjusting your parenting plan? Do you still have to pay child support if you lose your job or have a drop in income? For more information and for a free consultation: http://www.goldbergjones-wa.com
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Parenting plans
 
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Rick Jones explains the importance of having a parenting plan if your ex wants to relocate. Get answers to your divorce and custody questions. Call 1-800-Divorce, visit our blog http://www.goldbergjones-wa.com/blog/ or send us a tweet @GoldbergJonesWA
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Child Custody: Holistic vs. Legal Approach with Spokane Family Law Attorney, Mark D. Hodgson
 
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http://www.hodgsonlawoffices.com 509-315-3457 Washington Family Law Attorney, Mark D. Hodgson of Spokane, Washington is experienced in helping people with establishing child support including modification of orders. Call him today for more information. Mark D. Hodgson Family Law Practice Areas: Divorce, Child Custody, Establishing a Parenting Plan, Modification of an Existing Parenting Plan, Property Division, Child Support, Spousal Support, Enforcement of Court Order, Domestic Partnership Dissolutions, Common Law Marriages, Paternity, Protection Orders and Restraining Orders, Spokane Divorce Lawyer, Washington Military Divorce Attorney, Spokane Trial Lawyer, Trial Lawyer and more. Video produced by Dave Erickson Media. Dave Erickson is a Media Producer, Reporter, Videographer, Podcaster and Host with 15 years of experience working as a TV News Anchor and Reporter. Learn more at http://www.daveericksonmedia.com/
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Custody in Spokane County and Washington State
 
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In Washington State, divorcing couples often end up fighting over the word “custody,” in particular the phrase “designated custodial parent.” In fact, though, for most people, it’s a non-issue — hardly worth even a second thought, let alone a court battle. Custody, per se, doesn’t really exist in Washington. Here, negotiated parenting plans establish how the child or children’s time will be divided, as well as who will make decisions regarding the children’s education and religion, and other pertinent issues. But when writing that plan, the parents have to decide which of them will be designated as the child’s official “custodial parent.” Too often, this rather meaningless term becomes an unnecessary point of contention. Attorney Hector Quiroga discusses Custody in Spokane County and Washington State. Quiroga Law Office, PLLC. http://www.QuirogaLawOffice.com.
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Seattle Divorce Property and Asset Division - Seattle Divorce Attorney Amanda DuBois
 
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http://www.duboislaw.net/Dividing-Property/ Today we want to talk about property and asset division in a Seattle divorce. How is property divided in a Seattle divorce and what can you do to assure that everything is properly accounted for and you get your "fair share" so to speak? You need to begin by creating a Divorce Spreadsheet, and listing all of your marital assets as well as anything that can be classified as a separate asset - in other words, did either party own something of value prior to getting married that was not purchased with community money. Did you husband or you own a car previous to marriage? That would be a potential example of separate property. On your spreadsheet, we need to account for the asset, whether commmunity property or separate property, define the value of that asset and then define any debt on that asset in order to arrive at the net value of your assets. So this means if you own a home together, you are going to need to get it appraised. If you have cars, you need to determine their value by going to a source like Kelly's Bluebook. How about savings accouts, checking accouts and the value of any retirement plans held by either party? We need to account for those assets also. Is there a business involved, how about business assets, valuation of business, cash on hand and in the bank, etc. This information needs to go on your divorce spreadsheet. Now how about unsecured debt? Do you have credit cards and balances owing, all of this is taken into consideration when you get to court. It is critically important you have as accurate a picture as possible for your finances as the courts will use this information. The Seattle Divorce courts will use this information in making their determinations in your Seattle Divorce. In Washington, all property generated by the two parties during the years they were a couple is generally considered community property (or marital property) and is up for division. This includes retirement account benefits. The law in Washington (and thus in your Seattle Divorce case) starts with an assumption that community property will be split 50-50. However, from there the court will consider a variety of factors that could lead to different percentages. For example, when one party is the higher wage earner, the courts may attempt to put the parties in a closer economic position after the divorce through property division and spousal maintenance. Fifty/fifty is just the starting point. There are various legal factors that can tip a property distribution in favor of one spouse. You had better be sure you have an attorney who has enough experience in the courtroom to know how judges are viewing property distribution, so you can get the best possible result in your Seattle divorce. Seattle & Bellevue Family Law Attorneys and Seattle & Bellevue Divorce Attorneys Two offices serving Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Mercer Island Seattle Office: DuBois Cary Law Group, PLLC 927 N. Northlake Way Suite 210 Seattle WA 98103 Phone: (206) 547-1486 Bellevue Office: DuBois Cary Law Group 1400 112th Ave. SE Suite 100 Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone: (425) 279-7863 Property Division in Seattle Divorce, Property Division in Bellevue Divorce, Asset division Seattle divorce, Asset division bellevue divorce, divorce attorney bellevue, divorce attorney seattle, divorce lawyer seattle, divorce lawyer bellevue
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Why Family Law with Spokane Family Law Attorney, Mark Hodgson on Daily Justice
 
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http://www.hodgsonlawoffices.com 509-315-3457 Washington Family Law Attorney, Mark D. Hodgson of Spokane, Washington is experienced in helping people with establishing child support including modification of orders. Call him today for more information. Mark D. Hodgson Family Law Practice Areas: Divorce, Child Custody, Establishing a Parenting Plan, Modification of an Existing Parenting Plan, Property Division, Child Support, Spousal Support, Enforcement of Court Order, Domestic Partnership Dissolutions, Common Law Marriages, Paternity, Protection Orders and Restraining Orders, Spokane Divorce Lawyer, Washington Military Divorce Attorney, Spokane Trial Lawyer, Trial Lawyer and more. Video produced by Dave Erickson Media. Dave Erickson is a Media Producer, Reporter, Videographer, Podcaster and Host with 15 years of experience working as a TV News Anchor and Reporter. Learn more at http://www.daveericksonmedia.com/
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Spousal Maintenance
 
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http://www.goldbergjones-wa.com/ Managing attorney, Ken Alan, explains spousal maintenance in Washington State. Spousal maintenance is sometimes called spousal support or alimony. If you have questions about spousal maintenance, divorce, or any family law issues, please call us (206) 448-1010. Ken will answer your questions over the phone at no cost and no obligation. http://www.goldbergjones-wa.com/
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Spouse Wants Joint Decision Making in Parenting Plan - Seattle Family Law Attorney Eric Engel
 
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http://www.engellawgroup.com Seattle family lawyer Eric Engel discusses with you the different things that make up a child parenting plan in the state of Washington. A parenting plan is an agreement between the two parents that declares who is in charge of what when it comes to the child. This could be decisions such as where the child lives, how often he lives with each parent, what school they attend, what church they attend, and many other major decisions that come with raising a child. As you want to be involved as much as possible in your child's life, it's a good idea to ask for joint decisions. This basically means that the other parent cannot make a major decision like changing schools or religions without your agreement. Washington state usually backs up the decision that both parents are joint decision makers in their child's life. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about family law and my firm, visit our educational website at http://www.engellawgroup.com, where we can help you deal with all types of child custody issues. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (206) 625-9800. I welcome your call. Engel Law Group, P.S. Office Address: One Union Square 600 University St, Suite 1904 Seattle, WA 98101 Phone: 206-315-6183 Fax: 206-243-8177 Everett Office: 1610 Broadway Ave Everett, WA 98201
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Your WA Child Support Order: What You Should Know
 
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Produced by Genesis Law Firm (http://www.genesislawfirm.com/). Last video in 3-installment series on What You Should Know AFTER Your Divorce in Washington State. This final video focuses on your child support order. For more free videos and guides, visit the 'resources' page of Genesis Law Firm's website, which is more comprehensive than this youtube channel. Genesis Law Firm, PLLC 3802 Colby Ave Ste 2 Everett, WA 98201 Toll Free: (866) 631-0028 Local: (425) 212-1789
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The Top Ten Seattle Divorce Mistakes - Seattle Divorce Attorney Amanda  DuBois
 
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http://www.duboislaw.net Many women have the same instinctual panic reaction when they begin their Seattle or Bellevue divorce. And in this type of heightened emotional state, it's nearly impossible to make well-thought-out decisions. In this video, I'll share the secret to avoiding fatal divorce mistakes. Then you'll discover a calm and effective way to mentally approach your Seattle divorce. This is a must-see video if you are just beginning the Seattle divorce process. Do you have unrealistic expectations of the financial future you anticipate with your Seattle divorce? I see this happen with many people. Do you have a complete and detailed picture of your finances? Have you taken the time to educate yourself on what the alimony/spousal maintenance laws are in Washington state? Do you understand how assets and debts are distributed in Washington state? Are you prepared to go into your Seattle divorce well educated, standing in your own power and knowing what's best for you? These are just a few of the Seattle or Bellevue Divorce issues Amanda discusses in this video. Listen to this valuable Seattle and Bellevue Divorce information and avoid the common mistakes most people make in the Seattle or Bellevue Divorce process. For part 2 of Top 'Ten Divorce Mistakes in Seattle or Bellevue go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6y279WM7uNM Seattle & Bellevue Family Law Attorneys and Seattle & Bellevue Divorce Attorneys Two offices serving Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Mercer Island Seattle Office: DuBois Cary Law Group, PLLC 927 N. Northlake Way Suite 210 Seattle WA 98103 Phone: (206) 547-1486 Bellevue Office: DuBois Cary Law Group 1400 112th Ave. SE Suite 100 Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone: (425) 279-7863 Seattle Divorce Mistakes, Bellevue Divorce Mistakes,Amanda DuBois, Seattle divorce attorney, Seattle divorce lawyer, Bellevue Divorce Attorney, Bellevue Divorce Lawyer, Divorce Attorney Seattle, Divorce Attorney Bellevue, Family Law Attorney Seattle, Family Law Attorney Bellevue, Family Law Washington, Divorce Attorney Washington
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An Explanation About Parenting Plans and Child Custody in Montana
 
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Visit our website http://www.grizzlylaw.com/our-services/family-law/parenting-plan/ for more information about child custody and parenting plans issues. Kay Lynn Lee talks about the different aspects associated with child custody or parenting issues in divorce. She is not only concerned about the legal paper work involved but also the health and well being of the children.
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Pullman Lawyer Sandy Lockett Discusses Divorce in Washington State
 
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Attorney Sandy Lockett, Pullman Lawyer, talks about divorce in Washington State and Whitman County. Divorce and other related civil cases, like child custody or parenting plans, are all unique. It is important to contact an attorney regarding your specific case.
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What Is A Typical Christmas Holiday Visitation Schedule - Washington Divorce Attorney Discusses
 
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Protecting Your Green With Joshua Bean, Attorney at Law - Holiday Visitation Washington state family law and estate planning attorney Joshua J. Bean discusses holiday visitation schedules for your Washington state parenting plan.
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Children and Parenting Plans
 
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Lori A. Grover, NCPM talks about the benefits of Divorce Mediation when creating children's parenting plans during a divorce. http://ridivorcemediationcenter.com RI Divorce Mediation Center: For A Divorce You Can Live With We help couples settle their Divorce and create their own divorce agreement. Using Divorce Mediation we've helped hundreds of Rhode Island and Massachusetts couples create their own divorce settlement, and it's one they're satisfied with because they created it themselves. Like you, they saw what other couples went through using attorneys to litigate and argue in court so they chose Divorce Mediation instead. Why? Because by making your own decisions and settling your own divorce you control the cost and the outcome, sparing you and your children much of the stress and uncertainty that comes with every divorce, plus you'll save thousands of dollars on legal fees for when you need it the most - after your divorce is over. Let us help you make your divorce easier, faster and less expensive! To schedule Your free consultation Call 401-228-8789 NOW! Consultations and Divorce Mediation via Tele-Conference and Skype Video-Conferencing in certain US states available, call for more information.
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Spokane WA Child Custody Attorney Spokane Valley Divorce & Visitation Lawyer Washington
 
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http://www.hodgsonlawoffices.com 509-315-3457 Child custody and visitation attorney Mark Hodgson of Spokane WA is experienced in helping clients in these cases. He helps create a parenting plan that works. Call him today.
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Filing for Divorce in Washington State
 
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Click Here: http://www.FathersHelpHotline.com to order The Fathers Rights Protection System or The Audio Gold System. Watch this video to discover the best information on filing for divorce in Washington state that I've found and I personally use. It's amazing and by far the best information on filing for a divorce in Washington state out on the market today.
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Free Washington Divorce Papers and Forms
 
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LIKE THIS VIDEO IF YOU LIKE FREE FORMS!!! Download: http://howtofilefordivorce.org/divorce-papers-washington.htm Forms include: ACCEPTANCE OF SERVICE ADDENDUM TO CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CHILD SUPPORT SCHEDULE CHILD SUPPORT WORKSHEETS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION FORM DECREE OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE DOMESTIC COVER SHEET FINANCIAL DECLARATION FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CALENDAR ORDER OF CHILD SUPPORT PARENTING PLAN PETITION FOR THE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE SEALED FINANCIAL SOURCE DOCUMENT
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Rick Jones and Danny Bonaduce Answer Divorce and Custody Questions
 
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Seattle divorce attorney Rick Jones stopped by Life Coach to answer questions about divorce and custody in Washington State.
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Divorce & the Parenting Plan | The Marks Law Firm
 
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http://www.themarkslawfirm.com St. Louis (314) 993-6300 O'Fallon, MO (636) 486-4136 In Missouri, any order of custody must be accompanied by a detailed Parenting Plan that sets out the specific duties and conditions of each parent with regard to physical custody, and will set out a specific schedule of temporary physical custody.   A Parenting Plan must contain a specific written schedule detailing when the child will be in the temporary physical custody of each parent, including provisions for holidays, the child’s birthday, weekday and weekend schedules for school age children, summer vacations, methods of transportation, locations for transfers, appropriate times for telephone access, procedures for notifying the other parent if a deviation from the plan is necessary, and restrictions on the nature of any physical custody.   A Parenting Plan must also contain a specific written plan regarding Legal Custody and will detail the decision making rights and responsibilities of each parent, including decisions relating to education, health care providers, extracurricular activities, child care providers, communication procedures, and dispute resolution procedures.   Finally, a Parenting Plan must also contain how the parties will handle the financial support of the child, including any child support one parent owes to the other parent, who shall maintain medical and dental insurance for the child, and how to handle educational, transportation, child care and extraordinary expenses.   The Parenting Plan is a vital part of the resolution of any custody issue – a poorly drafted or ambiguously worded Parenting Plan only creates future potential conflict, whereas a thorough and well-drafted Parenting Plan makes the day-to-day exercise of legal and physical custody run as smoothly as possible.
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Divorce Attorney Seattle | Bender Law Family Law & Estate Planning
 
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Divorce is referred to as “dissolution of marriage” in Washington. When a couple has determined their marriage cannot be saved, the legal process involves dissolving their marriage. Learn More: https://bender-law.com/seattle-divorce-lawyer/divorce-attorney-seattle/ This involves agreeing on property division, child support and custody matters and other legal issues. Each party should have their own legal representation in this process to protect their legal rights. Washington is a “no-fault divorce” state, meaning there is no need to assign blame or prove that the other spouse is at fault for the failure of the marriage. According to Washington state laws, only one spouse in the marriage must believe and declare that the marriage is irretrievably broken in order for the divorce decree to be granted. “Irretrievably broken” means that the marriage cannot be saved, and there is no chance of reconciliation.
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Seattle Divorce Lawyer | Call (206) 728-8000
 
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http://www.TLClawco.com/ Seattle Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Attorneys in Seattle WA with in-depth knowledge of divorce, determination of child custody, child support, parenting plan modifications, domestic partnerships, alimony, paternity, litigation, and the primary residential placement of children. Seattle Divorce Attorney For complex divorce and child custody cases, our Seattle divorce lawyers have extensive litigation experience in King County Snohomish County, Pierce County, and Kitsap County. Our family law attorneys are also experienced with family law appeals in Washington State. Contact Information: Tsai Law Company, PLLC 2101 4th Avenue Suite 1560 Seattle, WA 98121 Tel: (206) 728-8000 Email: seattle-divorce@TLClawco.com Website: http://www.TLClawco.com/ Share this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9TcJ21dce8
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How to File Washington Divorce Forms Online
 
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MyDivorcePapers.com is the fastest and most trusted way to file Washington divorce forms and Washington divorce papers online. We provide expert advice and hassle free Washington divorce information online and available for instant download. If you are looking for Washington divorce papers or simple information about Washington divorce law please visit our website. Filing for divorce in Washington has never been easier! Now with delivery options your Washington divorce documents can be delivered straight to your door! Regardless if you are looking to divorce in Seattle or Spokane, MyDivorcePapers.com is the easiest, most affordable way to file for a divorce in Washington. For more information about filing Washington divorce papers online please visit. https://www.mydivorcepapers.com/state/Washington
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Parenting Plans in Spokane County
 
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Getting a parenting plan in Spokane does not have to be difficult, but it is necessary. Breaking up is hard to do, especially when children are involved. At this time, more than ever, they need stability. That’s why a parenting plan is the very best thing you can do for them, and for yourselves — whether you are separating, divorcing, or merely ending a relationship. Required by law in Washington for divorcing couples with children, parenting plans protect everyone in a family during a time often rife with conflict. Arguments over the children’s visitation won’t need to occur, because the parents have already agreed, in writing, to a schedule specifying which days the children spend with each of them. A parenting plan helps avoid confusion over who drives the children to school, who picks them up, and other transportation arrangements, because it’s all spelled out in the document. Whoever said the pedestrian always has the right of way? In Washington, nothing could be farther from the truth. If you’re a pedestrian, you must obey laws just as drivers do. You also have rights, however, which often include the right to medical coverage if a vehicle hits you, and possibly more. Your vehicle insurance policy may provide coverage in case of a collision, even if you’re crossing the street on foot. If you aren’t insured, the insurance someone in your household carries — a parent, a spouse, or even a roommate — may pay your medical bills. Or, if the driver caused the accident, his or her insurance may pay. Attorney Hector Quiroga discusses Parenting Plans in Spokane County. Quiroga Law Office, PLLC. http://www.QuirogaLawOffice.com.
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Which Spouse Pays Child Support and Maintenance?
 
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How do you determine who's going to pay child support? Generally you determine that after you come up with the parenting plan which is a residential schedule for the child. Generally the primary parent receives child support. How do you determine if someone is going to be obligated to pay spousal support or alimony or "maintenance," as the term is used in Washington? This is a very complex question and are no rules. For example, in child support there are rules that you input people's income into a formula and it spits out a number as to what is the transfer payment. With spousal support many factors come into play: the length of the marriage, has one party stayed at home and been the primary caregiver of the children, what are the parties’ educational backgrounds, what are their employment prospects. If you're fifty nine-years-old and you've been out of the workforce for ten years at best you might be able to hope for a minimum wage job. That's going to impact your need for spousal support much more so than say, you are forty years old you have a bachelor's and a master's and you've only been out of the workforce for three or four years. One to the other big factors is how much greater is the higher earnings spouse's income than the lower earning spouses income. For help determining the factors that are involved in your case and whether or not you will be making or receiving child support and spousal support payments, contact the Law Offices of Molly B. Kenny in Bellevue to speak with a divorce and child custody lawyer at 425-460-0550 or online at http://www.mollybkenny.com
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Permanent Parenting Plan video 1
 
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King & King, PLC Tennessee Permanent Parenting Plan Tutorial
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Can We Modify Our Divorce or Parenting Plan Agreement Without Involving the Court
 
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Most documents must be modified the same way that they were originally executed. This means that handshake agreements are generally not acknowledged by the Courts.
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Attorney Milton provides parenting plan tips for children of divorce parents on Fox6 News Wisconsin
 
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Milton Family Law, S.C. (262) 782-3090 or womensdivorcerights.com
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How does a multi-state parenting plan work?
 
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When creating an multi-state parenting plan you must follow state custody guidelines and laws. One state will have jurisdiction over the parenting plan. If the parents cannot agree on which state to file their parenting plan, the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act determines the state that has jurisdiction over the case. The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act states that a state court can decide custody arrangements only if it meets one of the following: • The child or children have lived in the state for at least 6 months or the child has been living in the state but is now gone because a parent recently moved the child. • The child or children have significant connections with teachers, relatives, friends, and other people in the state. • The child or children are in the state for safety reasons because there is fear of abuse, neglect, or abandonment if in a different state. • No state can meet any of the criteria above.
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Child Custody Attorney Kennewick and Tri Cities WA
 
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https://clearwaterlawgrouptricities.com Child Custody And Visitation Attorney in Kennewick If you and your spouse have any minor children together, child custody is going to be an issue, and in all likelihood, a Parenting Plan will be entered in your divorce case. A Parenting Plan is a court order which specifies when the minor children will spend time with each parent (child custody and visitation privileges). In the Parenting Plan, one parent will be designated the “primary residential parent” and the other parent will be designated the “visiting” parent. The primary residential parent is the parent with whom the minor children will reside a majority of the time – in other words, they will have primary child custody. The Parenting Pan will specify when the minor children will spend time with the visiting parent. Those specifications will address weekly visitations, holiday visitations, visitations during the children’s and the parent’s birthdays and other special occasions, school break visitations, Summer visitations, and etc. Unless there are reasons not to do so, typically, the Parenting Plan will specify that both parents will have “joint decision making” with respect to which schools the children will attend, which kind of religious upbringing the children will have, and what kinds of non-emergency medical or dental procedures may be undertaken for the children (e.g., elective orthodontia). In Washington State, grandparents have no legal rights to visitation. A thorny issue can arise after the divorce is finalized – i.e., after the Final Parenting Plan has been entered: relocation. Relocation is where the primary residential parent wants to move away (perhaps very far away) with the minor children. Because doing so can tremendously undermine the visiting parent’s opportunities to spend time with the children, the primary residential parent must apply for a court order authorizing any such move. The court will address certain statutorily designated factors in determining whether to authorize the primary residential parent to move away with the minor children. As your divorce attorney, we can advise you on these weighty matters. Nothing is more important in a divorce than the children, and everything a divorce attorney does should ensure the children are well taken care of. Learn more here: https://clearwaterlawgrouptricities.com/areas-of-practice/family-law-attorney-kennewick-wa-tri-cities-wa/divorce-attorney-tri-cities/ Need help with Child custody or visitation rights? Contact Clearwater Law Group today for you FREE consultation. Let us help you: Clearwater Law Group 5205 West Clearwater Avenue Kennewick, WA 99336 Phone: (509) 734-8500 child custody kennewick, child custody Tri-cities, Child custody attorney Kennewick, child custody attorney Tri-cities, best child custody attorney kennewick, child custody lawyer kennewick, child custody lawyer Tri-cities, Clearwater Law Group, https://youtu.be/7Byh_ywidS8
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Mothers Rights vs Fathers Rights in Child Custody Case
 
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http://www.commandthecourtroom.com When it comes to deciding custody of a child there's a belief by some fathers that we live in a mothers rights world.* Judges attitudes are becoming more progressive and what judges are now looking at is what is in the best interest of the children. So if you are a mother who is fighting for custody of your child don’t get too overconfident and assume that since you are the mom the judge will award your custody or parenting time because that is not the case. And if you are a father don’t automatically get discouraged and despair that since you are the father that you will not get custody or parenting time because that is not the case either. Both mother and father still have to prove their case to the judge. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case.
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Divorce in Washington   Child and Spousal Support
 
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Dr. Randall Kinnison of Genesis Mediation interviews Dave Williams, an associate mediator about the differences between child and spousal support in Washington.
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Developing a Parenting Plan: Part 4
 
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Developing a Parenting Plan: Part 4 November 4, 2015 by Grayson Cannon Phillips-Ingrum-Headshots-15_finalDeveloping a Parenting Plan: Part 4 of a 4 Part Series Alternative Dispute Resolution Going to court can be very time consuming and expensive. Therefore, in the event of a disagreement or dispute that may require modification of the permanent parenting plan the law encourages alternative dispute resolution such as mediation or arbitration to avoid the necessity of lengthy, costly litigation. This is optional. Alternative dispute resolution is recommended, but a party should not agree to it unless they are sure that is what they want to do. Generally, if the parties agreed to alternative dispute resolution, then the court will order it to be attempted before allowing the parties to come back to court. Standard Parenting Rights Tennessee Code Annotated § 36-6-101 lists nine (9) rights of the parents. The list of rights of parents are common sense things that many parents were requesting over and over again in the courts, therefore the Tennessee Legislature codified these rights in this statute. These rights are for mothers and fathers, primary residential parents, and alternative residential parents. In other words, they are mutual rights of the parents. They will be enforced equally for the benefit of both parents. Notice of Parental Relocation Tennessee Code Annotated § 36-6-108 governs the notice to be given in connection with the relocation of a parent. Basically, this statute states that if a parent desires to move outside the state of Tennessee or more than fifty (50) miles from the other parent within the state of Tennessee, then the relocating parent must send written notice to the other parent by registered or certified mail. The written notice must be at least sixty (60) days prior to the move, and the notice must contain the following: 1) Statement of intent to move; 2) Location of the proposed new residence; 3) Reasons for the proposed relocation; and 4) Statement that the other parent may file a petition in opposition of the move within thirty (30) days of receipt of notice. Parent Education Class Both parents are required to attend a parent education class that explains to parents the effects of divorce on children. Further, the class encourages parents to learn to work together to co-parent the children even though the parents are getting divorced. If a parent fails to attend this parent education class, then they can be punished by contempt of court. Conclusion The bottom line is this. Your children are the most important issue in your divorce. You should always try to make decisions based on your children’s best interest. If you do that, then you should stay in the good graces of the court. Don’t use your children as pawns or bargaining chips against your spouse. Don’t try to turn your kids against the other parent. Be the adult in a tough situation and always put the children first. Your children will thank you for it in the end. Phillips & Ingrum Attorneys at Law 117 East Main Street Gallatin, TN 37066 615-452-8030 www.phillipsandingrum.com www.facebook.com/phillipsandingrum The attorneys at Phillips & Ingrum have been serving the Gallatin, Sumner County, Tenn., community for more than 30 years. Our team is well-trained to handle a variety of legal cases on your behalf. Though we focus primarily on civil, criminal and family law, we proudly serve clients in numerous practice areas. http://phillipsandingrum.com/our-work/
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Child Support vs. Spousal Maintenance with Spokane Family Law Attorney Mark Hodgson on Daily Justice
 
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http://www.hodgsonlawoffices.com 509-315-3457 Washington Family Law Attorney, Mark D. Hodgson of Spokane, Washington is experienced in helping people with establishing child support including modification of orders. Call him today for more information. Mark D. Hodgson Family Law Practice Areas: Divorce, Child Custody, Establishing a Parenting Plan, Modification of an Existing Parenting Plan, Property Division, Child Support, Spousal Support, Enforcement of Court Order, Domestic Partnership Dissolutions, Common Law Marriages, Paternity, Protection Orders and Restraining Orders, Spokane Divorce Lawyer, Washington Military Divorce Attorney, Spokane Trial Lawyer, Trial Lawyer and more. Video produced by Dave Erickson Media. Dave Erickson is a Media Producer, Reporter, Videographer, Podcaster and Host with 15 years of experience working as a TV News Anchor and Reporter. Learn more at http://www.daveericksonmedia.com/
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How to File For Divorce in Montana
 
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Go to http://wikidownload.com/wiki/montana-divorce-forms-templates/ STEP 1 - Download the required Montana divorce papers STEP 2 - The spouses will need to get together to fill out the following forms and file them at the court clerk's office in the county where you reside: Joint Petition for Dissolution Parenting Plan Final Declaration of Disclosure of Assets, Debts, Income and Expenses Child Support Guidelines Financial Affidavit Notice of Filing Child Support Guidelines Financial Affidavit Pay filing $245 fee with the court. (Always double check with your court clerk's office) *IF YOU ARE COLLECTING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE: You must send the Notice and Acknowledgment to the CSED and Attorney General's office. You may not proceed until you have received an Acknowledgment Form from both offices. STEP 3 - You are now ready to make a court hearing date. Fill out the Request for Hearing and Order and file the form with the clerk's office. *IF YOUR SPOUSE IS NOT ATTENDING THE HEARING - You will need to have him or her authorize the Consent to Entry of Decree and file it wit the clerk's office at the same time of filing the Request for Hearing form. STEP 4 - You should meet with your spouse to fill out the following forms and file them with the clerk's office: Findings of Fact Conclusions of Law Final Decree of Dissolution STEP 5 - Go to your assigned court hearing date with copies of all the forms that have been filed with the clerk's office. If you have completed all the necessary steps, the Judge will sign your Final Decree of Dissolution. Complete the Notice of Entry of Decree and file this form with the clerk. You will be given a copy which then should be sent to your spouse along with the Final Decree of Dissolution and the Parenting Plan. Your divorce is now complete in the State of Montana.
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Child Visitation|What is virtual visitation & its effects on Virginia child visitation arrangement?
 
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What is Virtual Visitation? When a Virginia couple with children gets a divorce, the non-custodial parent often goes through the grief and pain of not seeing his or her child as often as before. To make the separation easier, some parents make use of technology to communicate with their kids. Recently, some states have implemented laws governing "virtual visitation." These laws recognize parental visitation that's conducted via chat and webcam. Many parents find that this arrangement works well for them. It's convenient, free and generally appeals to children and teens. Some parents find that virtual visitation enables their children to communicate more openly with them and helps foster deeper bonds. While this sounds promising, not everyone agrees that virtual visitation is a viable option. Opponents of virtual visitation feel that this type of interaction cannot provide the same bond and comfort that comes with face-to-face meetings. Virtual visitation has not been recognized by the state of Virginia and it might not work well as any family's sole form of visitation. It's important to note, though, that for many divorced couples, virtual visitation may serve as a good supplement to their court-ordered parenting plans. When you're going through a Virginia divorce, the many options you may have with child custody and child visitation can get confusing. To get a better idea of all of your child visitation options and how to ease the transition for you, your ex and your children, a Virginia family law attorney can help. For more information visit: http://www.virginiadivorceattorney.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8h2K5AliqA4
Washington Child Custody | The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe
 
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In every child custody case, the court's prime directive is listening. It needs to do what is in the best interests of the children. Under Washington State law, the commissioner or the judge is required, initially, to try and determine who should be the primary custodial parent. The court's going to be looking to a number of factors. First of all, if the child is really young, there is still going to be a presumption that the child should probably remain with the mother. This is particularly true if it's an infant child. What the court's gonna be looking for is not only which parent has spent more waking hours with the child, but which parent has been performing more of the essential, day-to-day functions of child rearing. Who sets the doctor's appointment? Who buys the clothes? Who gets the child off to school Who schedules the sports activities? Who's there when the child comes home? And, for many of our clients who are the primary breadwinners, it's almost always gonna be the other spouse. And this is, understandably, a source of frustration. Believe me, we understand it's hard. It's hard going from seeing your kids every day and being actively engaged in their lives to suddenly seeing them like four days a month. What we want you to know is that we will do everything legally possible to help protect your children and to fight for whatever is most important to you. When the parties can't agree, the court will often appoint a neutral independent professional, what we refer to as a guardian ad litem or parenting evaluator, to come in and assess the situation. And the process can take anywhere from three to six months, and they'll interview both the parents, they'll interview the children, and then they'll write up a formal report and make a recommendation to the judge. In our opinion, most child custody issues are best resolved through pragmatic but forceful negotiations. Here's the thing: nobody knows your children better than you. If you leave it up to a judge, a judge is gonna hear some evidence, and then, essentially, they're just gonna kind of eyeball it and drop the hammer. And so, in most cases, we encourage our clients to be flexible and to really think about and consider what is truly in their children's best interests. If you have questions about your legal rights when it comes to child custody, we encourage you to give our offices a call and speak with one of our lawyers. We'll be happy to talk about the specifics of your situation, how a court is likely to view those unique circumstances and then help you to understand how we can help achieve whatever goals are most important to you when it comes to your kids. Visit us online at https://www.washingtonstateattorneys.com/ The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe 10700 Meridian Ave N #108 Seattle, WA 98133 Phone: (206) 624-3644 Toll Free: (844) 925-2943 (844) WA-Law-Help The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe 10900 NE 8th St #1000 Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone: (425) 278-1130 Toll Free: (844) 925-2943 (844) WA-Law-Help The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe 201 St. Helens Ave #204 Tacoma, WA 98402 Phone: (253) 627-2222 Toll Free: (844) 925-2943 (844) WA-Law-Help The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe 1721 Hewitt Ave #521 Everett, WA 98201 Phone: (425) 740-2058 Toll Free: (844) 925-2943 (844) WA-Law-Help The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe 3025 Limited Ln NW #206 Olympia, WA 98502 Phone: (360) 350-4817 Toll Free: (844) 925-2943 (844) WA-Law-Help
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You MUST Follow the Rules of Procedure in Family Court
 
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http://www.commandthecourtroom.com In every state family law courts have a strict set of "rules," which describe the procedure courts follow in a family law cases* If these rules are broken there can be serious consequences. Please read the Disclaimer below: *This video recording is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as the rendering of legal advice. The viewing of this recording does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have signed an engagement agreement. We cannot guarantee results. Past results do not guarantee future results. Consult with a licensed attorney for information regarding the specifics of your case. These rules govern things like the types and content of documents that can (or must) be filed, the various deadlines that attorneys (and self-represented litigants!) must comply with, etc. If you or your attorney do not adhere by these rules you could suffer some really serious consequences for both yourself and your family for the rest of your life. I had a case recently where the attorney did not follow the rules and it caused her client to suffer some serious consequences in her case. We were litigating a really hotly contested divorce case that had been going on for about a year. Some of the issues in dispute were child custody, division of property, parenting time and child support. However, but the biggest bone of contention was spousal maintenance and attorney’s fees. I represented the husband in this case and the wife was making claims for attorney fees and requesting spousal support in the amount of thousands over a period of 10 years. Before the trial the parents were able to work out most issues with child custody and parenting time It had come to the attention of the judge that the wife and her attorney had not complied with the family rules of Arizona procedure. What they failed to do in a timely manner was file an ‘affadavit of financial information’ which is a form that anyone requesting child support, spousal support, attorney fees, etc must fill out and submit. They did not file it by the date that the rules had set. The judge was not happy and asked me at the end of the trial if I wanted to file a motion since they did not follow the rules of procedure. So I filed a motion for the court to dismiss the claim of spousal maintenance and attorney fees against my client. The judge asked the other party was there any legal reason that they did not file on time. At this time the judge is taking it under consideration but I have no reason to doubt that the claims will be dismissed. So by not following simple rules as put down by the Arizona family law rules, the wife may not get spousal support that she may have otherwise received. Take the time to understand the procedural requirements of your family law court in your State. You can't win the game if you don't know the rules! Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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JDivorce - Prepare your Divorce Papers FREE
 
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Jdivorce.com helps you prepare your divorce application for filing in Washington state The website steps you through easy to understand questions. After answering them, you can download your application in official court forms The questions cover your name, when you were married, your properties, cars, credit card debts and children The application covers all situations including with children, and prepares the necessary documents such as the Parenting Plan
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Modification of Child Custody Judgments | The Marks Law Firm
 
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http://www.themarkslawfirm.com St. Louis (314) 993-6300 O'Fallon, MO (636) 486-4136 Sometimes after a divorce is final and the Parenting Plan has been decided, circumstances change causing one of the parents to seek a change to the agreements.   You or your former spouse can return to court and file a Motion to Modify when such changes occur.  In order to seek a modification in a custody order or Parenting Plan, a party must set out sufficient facts that show a change in circumstances from the time of the Judgment and that one or more provisions of the Judgment are no longer in the best interests of the child.  If the standard seems somewhat lacking in specificity, it is by design – ultimately, the court must do what is best for the children.   Generally, when a party seeks a modification, it involves a change in legal custody, a change in physical custody, a change in the Parenting Plan, or sometimes all three.  A change in legal or physical custody requires a higher showing of changed circumstances than is required for a change in the Parenting Plan.  Essentially, the court will go through the same decision-making process originally used, but will use the current circumstances to reach a conclusion.   Modifications are very complicated and often complex matters, particularly if a party seeks a change in both legal and physical custody.  It begins to resemble a contested divorce, and the procedures are generally very similar.  To chart the most beneficial course for your modification proceeding, you’ll want to consult with a skilled and experienced attorney.
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Family Law - Parenting Plan | (360) 993-4321 | Vancouver, WA Family Attorney
 
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http://www.nickwoodlaw.com - Vancouver, WA Attorney Nicholas Wood discusses why he is the right attorney to serve your military needs. Nicholas Wood can help with all Family law cases including Family Law, Military Law, DUI, Domestic Violence, as well Criminal Defense Law in Clark County and the greater Portland, OR area. The Law Office of Nicholas Wood, P.S. 2901 Main Street, Suite 100 Vancouver, WA 98663 http://www.nickwoodlaw.com (360) 993-4321
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How do I get More Child Support for My Ex? Seattle Divorce Attorney Eric Engel Explains
 
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http://www.engellawgroup.com Seattle divorce lawyer Eric Engel talks to you about how to get more child support from your spouse. In the state of Washington, there are basically three things you can do to try and get more child support to help raise your sons and/or daughters. The first option you have is to make a motion to the court asking for a modification. This is a change to the original parenting plan that institutes more child support and explains why the change is needed. Another option is a little bit more expensive and this is to petition a modification. The difference between just filing a modification and petitioning one is that it opens up more information for you, such as how much the other spouse is financially earning. The last choice is to simply agree between the two spouses on a new plan. If you and your wife and husband can agree on a modification yourselves, you can implement that and get your child support increased. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about divorce law and my firm, visit our educational website at http://www.engellawgroup.com, where you can view our legal video center for more help. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (206) 625-9800. I welcome your call. Engel Law Group, P.S. Office Address: One Union Square 600 University St, Suite 1904 Seattle, WA 98101 Phone: 206-315-6183 Fax: 206-243-8177 Everett Office: 1610 Broadway Ave Everett, WA 98201
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Custody & Parenting Time Law in Washington County, Oregon
 
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Custody & Parenting Time Law in Washington County, Oregon This video is an official video provided to you by the Oregon Courts - Oregon Judicial Department.
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