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Mother charged for making false allegations against father

A divorce can be fraught with emotions. This can be especially true when attempting to work out child custody issues. While it is always best for parents to seek an amicable agreement, this does not always happen, and conflict can ensue. Unfortunately, sometimes in an effort to gain an advantage in a custody battle, one party may levy very damaging false allegations of abuse against the other party.

How can I bring up the subject of a prenup?

If you are on the verge of tying the knot, you are likely looking forward to a lifelong commitment to your significant other. And quite possibly you don't want to do anything that may jeopardize your current state of bliss. As such, you may be hesitant to approach your partner about creating a prenuptial agreement.

Termination of rights of unfit parent may clear path for adoption

Perhaps the greatest wish for a child is that he or she can grow up in a safe and loving environment. Unfortunately, sometimes a parent is simply not up to handling the responsibilities of parenthood. And in extreme cases, it may become necessary for someone to step in and not only have the child removed from his or her perilous situation, but also give the child a more secure home in which to live.

What can I do to get my child support payments modified?

If you have been designated to pay child support, you are likely aware that doing so is a legal obligation. When the court sets the amount of support that must be paid, it does so with the assumption that the payer has the resources necessary to cover the cost.

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