If you were dating a woman who had a baby, and if you suspect this child is yours, you may be able to obtain legal parental rights to this child. This process can be costly and time-consuming, but it will need to be completed if the mother is not letting you see this child. Here are three of the things you will need to do to fight for parental rights of this child.
If you've decided to file for divorce, you want to avoid as many problems as possible. Unfortunately, some of the things you do before – and during – your divorce can end up taking a big bite out of you. Before you file for divorce, here are three mistakes you should avoid at all costs.
Using Social Media
Your friends and family know that you're upset. Opening up on social media sites will ensure that your spouse – and their attorney – will know it too.
Divorces are very common. Many couples wonder if divorce is the right route for them in their marriage. In some cases, it is better if the couple can stay together and work out their differences, where in other situations it is best if the couple goes their separate ways and tries to rebuild a life on their own. Here are some things to consider before getting a divorce.
Do You Still Trust Your Spouse?
Having your paycheck garnished is considered the last option for a debt collector when they are attempting to collect a debt from you. After months of phone calls, letters, and other forms of communication, they have the option to have a judgment placed against you in order to get the money you owe. This is taken from your paycheck each pay period until they get the entire debt. They can also gain access to your bank account through a bank levy to get paid.
When it comes to your medical care, or the medical care of a family member, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not your health insurance provider is going to foot the bill. Unfortunately, medical claims do get denied for all sorts of reasons. Fortunately, you do have the right to appeal any denial. In fact, you have 180 days (6 months) from the day you received the denial to file an appeal.