long term fostering

Where Can Family Law Improve On Long Term Fostering?

Linkilaw Family Law

Where Can Family Law Improve On Long Term Fostering? Do you know the difference between adoption and long-term fostering? It’s simple, yet creates a substantial difference from a legal standpoint. Not all children who are living away permanently from their birth families want to be adopted. In such case, they go into long-term foster care until they’re adults. Basically, foster …

How to Prove Grounds for Divorce

Linkilaw Family Law

Are you familiar with the phrase “irretrievably broken down”? It sounds very conclusive and final and, at least in the terms of family law, it is. If your “happily ever after” didn’t turn out so happy or ever after and you’ve decided to file for a divorce, it’s essential you learn about your rights and responsibilities in the divorce process. …

Men In Divorce: Are They Unfairly Represented In Family Courts?

Linkilaw Family Law, Legal News

A US law firm firm catering to male-only clientele is now representing clients in the UK. Cordell & Cordell has been representing male clients in the US since the 1990s. Chief executive, Joseph E. Cordell says that his services are about making divorce more equal, stating, “Men are still unfairly represented in family courts in the UK.” The debate on …

Steps to an Amicable Divorce

Linkilaw Family Law

Divorce is a difficult situation that many couples find themselves having to endure. If a couple decides that a divorce is the best way to resolve their differences, there are a few steps that must be taken. The legal steps towards divorce are simple:   Step 1: File for a Divorce Petition Any party wishing to seek a divorce must …

Fraudulent Will

5 Steps To Take If You Suspect a Fraudulent Will

Linkilaw Family Law

Unfortunately, cases of suspected will fraud are growing, but spotting a suspected fraudulent will is not always easy. However, there tend to be a few common features that may indicate a fraud has taken place: The original will has been destroyed. The signature of the will is not that of the Testator. When the will wasn’t signed in the presence …

Prenuptial Agreement: Top 5 Things to Include

Linkilaw Family Law

A prenuptial agreement, or simply put, a prenup has been the subject of many heated debates. People have crossed swords on the subject both in the public domain, and even more so (understandably) in the private one. Why get married, some argue, if you’re already setting up the whole thing for failure by showing distrust in your partner? Others claim …

Five Family Law Tips For Holidays Post-Divorce

Linkilaw Family Law

Celebrating holidays as a divorced parent when you have kids can be a bitter pill to swallow. Divorce and a fractured family is never an easy situation to be involved in but the most important thing in all of this is your children’s best interests and that both parents get to spend time with the children. Just because you and …