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3 Main Types of Child Custody Cases

3 Main Types of Child Custody Cases

Going through a divorce can be very stressful, especially when there are children involved. Even if the mother and father do not get along and decide they do not want to remain married any longer they still need to do what is best for their children. During your initial visit with your divorce lawye......[Read More]
How to File for Child Custody for Unwed Mothers in Utah

How to File for Child Custody for Unwed Mothers in Utah

When parents with children go through a divorce, they will negotiate child custody arrangements as part of their divorce proceedings. However, the custody determination process is different for a mother who is not married to her child's father. Instead, Utah courts decide custody issues for unmarri......[Read More]
How Long Does It Take for Child Support Garnishment in Georgia?

How Long Does It Take for Child Support Garnishment in Georgia?

Your child's custodial parent, i.e., the one with primary custody, becomes a creditor when you fall behind on child support. From the moment she serves your employer with the garnishment paperwork, your employer generally has between 30 to 45 days to respond and pay. In Georgia, a child support garn......[Read More]
South Carolina Babysitting Laws

South Carolina Babysitting Laws

No hard and fast laws specify what age a child needs to be to babysit in South Carolina, or at what age a child can be left alone. The state does have regulations regarding licensed child care, and online resources can help in finding a babysitter:......[Read More]
New York Family Law for Custody

New York Family Law for Custody

New York law recognizes two kinds of custody: legal and residential, or physical. Beneath these two umbrellas, parents can have sole or joint custody. Nationally, only two out of every 10 families share joint custody (as of April 2011). But New York specifically encourages "frequent and meaningful" ......[Read More]
Child Labor Reform Laws

Child Labor Reform Laws

Before child labor laws, children commonly worked under dangerous conditions.child vendor image by Living Legend from Fotolia.comThe history of child labor laws began with the rise of industrialization. Before the advent of child labor laws, children commonly worked in mills, factories.........[Read More]
How to Collect Money My Ex-Husband Owes Me in Florida

How to Collect Money My Ex-Husband Owes Me in Florida

When a Florida divorce decree is entered it is considered a final judgment and all provisions therein are orders of the court. If your ex-husband was ordered to pay you money as part of the divorce decree and has failed or refused to do so, you may file a motion for contempt of court with the origin......[Read More]
How to Get a Daycare License in Massachusetts

How to Get a Daycare License in Massachusetts

To ensure that children attending a daycare school are overseen by qualified professionals, different states have required processes for obtaining licensing. In Massachusetts, you must register for a formal meeting before being granted the application. You must fulfill the requirements for building ......[Read More]
What About Alabama Child Support!

What About Alabama Child Support!

Get the much needed informaiton on Alabama child support laws. Learn way on how to locate a missing parent, establish and enforce child support laws in the state of Alabama.......[Read More]
How to Garnish Income Tax Return for Back Child Support

How to Garnish Income Tax Return for Back Child Support

It is the responsibility of both parents to provide the financial support required to meet the basic needs and quality of life for their children. This legal obligation is mandated by a child support order that may be enforced by garnishing the state or federal income tax refund of the noncustodial ......[Read More]
Father's Rights in Child Support in Florida

Father's Rights in Child Support in Florida

A father with custody of his child may want to receive child support, while a noncustodial father may want to learn about his obligation to pay child support. In both situations, the Florida Department of Revenue provides oversight and services.......[Read More]
Increased Rate of Violent Crime in Orlando

Increased Rate of Violent Crime in Orlando

An increased rate of violent crime in Orlando, Florida keeps police officers busier than usual. Annual crime reports are compiled and published by the municipality and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.......[Read More]
How to Seal Juvenile Records in California

How to Seal Juvenile Records in California

If you were convicted of a crime as a minor in California then you can petition for your records to be sealed once you become an adult. You'll need to file a petition with the court and demonstrate evidence of rehabilitation, good citizenship and a lack of criminal activity or outstanding fines as a......[Read More]
How to Contact Child Support Full Collection Programs

How to Contact Child Support Full Collection Programs

Full Collection is a child support action offered only by the IRS in which child support payments that are in arrears are garnished in full. The money can be taken directly from an anticipated federal tax return, personal assets or wages. The IRS only takes this action when attempts to collect have ......[Read More]
Legal Deductions From a Salary

Legal Deductions From a Salary

A salary is a fixed amount of pay that an employee receives each payday. It can be all or part of his pay, but must be an amount that he can count on each payday. An employee's salary cannot be reduced based on the quality or quantity of work he performs, and an employer can make only certain deduct......[Read More]
How to Establish Custody for the Children of Unmarried Parents

How to Establish Custody for the Children of Unmarried Parents

To ensure a legal custody agreement between unmarried parents, one party must file a suit in the jurisdiction where the child resides. Each state has a specific name and description for this type of suit, and who has primary custody of the child or if custody is joint, visitation, child support and ......[Read More]
Ohio Laws for Unwed Mothers for Sole Custody

Ohio Laws for Unwed Mothers for Sole Custody

Unwed mothers in Ohio retain sole custody of their child until a court orders otherwise.mother with children on grass and bubbles image by Pavel Losevsky from Fotolia.comIn Ohio, the child custody laws are governed by Title 31 of the Ohio Revised Code. Ohio has strict laws when it.........[Read More]
How Do I Seal Juvenile Records in Cobb County, Georgia?

How Do I Seal Juvenile Records in Cobb County, Georgia?

It could happen to anyone. A foolish mistake, a poor choice and your record could be destroyed--even if you're underage. You may become ineligible for certain benefits, such as college assistance. Some jobs and professions are now closed to you. During a traffic stop, your past is loudly announced t......[Read More]
Inmate Classification in Juvenile Justice Facilities

Inmate Classification in Juvenile Justice Facilities

The inmate classification of juveniles in detention facilities has met with some controversy throughout history. Society has sentenced some juvenile inmates as adults and classified them together. All states provide for different juvenile inmate classification which may vary from state to state and ......[Read More]
Child Support Laws in Colorado

Child Support Laws in Colorado

Colorado Child Support LawsChild image by ivan kmit from Fotolia.comColorado's Department of Human Services provides administrative oversight for the state's child support laws. The department works with both parents to create a healthy environment for the child while support arrangements.........[Read More]