Different Types of Divorce

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While no one gets married with the intention of divorcing in the future, sometimes divorce may be inevitable due to issues such as infidelity, financial problems, growing apart, abuse, and disagreements about child-rearing. Divorce is seldom an easy process, no matter the circumstances. The process can be a long and drawn-out legal battle, or it can be peaceful and amicable.

Whether you’re going through a divorce or are thinking about getting one in the future, you need to understand your options. Different types of divorces can have different impacts on your life, emotionally, financially, and logistically. To help you out, we’ve compiled the most common types of divorces that exist to help you make a sound decision.

Signs You Need a Family Lawyer

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More than 750,000 divorces happen in the United States annually. Divorce is a family issue that can leave you stressed and embarrassed. Handling any family-related case on your own is not the right decision. The family legal field has enough competent experts that can help you. Hiring a family lawyer can be very helpful whenever you have a domestic situation. Such attorneys handle cases like adoption, estate and wills, divorce, and prenuptial agreements. Family law is complex — a good reason to work with a professional family attorney. The attorneys understand the ins and outs of family matters, enabling them to provide quality legal services.

An Overview of Marijuana Use and Child Custody Issues

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Many states have legalized marijuana use for recreational and medical purposes. For example, New Mexico allows adults over 21 to possess a little marijuana for personal use. The state also allows the medical use of marijuana. However, using marijuana can still affect your child custody case. Below is an overview of the issues surrounding marijuana and child custody.

Understanding The Role Of A Guardian Ad Litem

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African Boy with Her Mother in the Background — Albuquerque, NM — Law Offices of Lynda Latta, LLC

If you are involved in a highly disputed custody case, there will be many people you may interact with during your court case. While you may be familiar with the roles of the attorneys, your child may also be assigned a Guardian ad litem. Understanding what a Guardian ad litem (GAL) is and their role in your case will help you be more at ease interacting with this person.

What Is A Guardian Ad Litem?

Unmarried Fathers: An Overview of Child Custody

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Father and Child — Albuquerque, NM — Law Offices of Lynda Latta, LLCAll parents, whether married or not, have child custody and visitation rights. However, unmarried parents have to go through different hoops to enforce these rights. The process is also different for unmarried mothers and fathers. Below are some things you should know about custody and visitation rights as an unmarried father.

A Mother Often Gets Parental Rights

In many cases, the mother often gets parental rights right after the baby is born. These parental rights usually include custody rights. This is especially true if the father is unknown or doesn’t want to be involved with the baby’s upbringing. In that case, the mother usually makes the decisions about the child’s living situation, choice of daycare, religious upbringing, and vacation times.