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March 2016 Archives

Geographic Residency Restriction in Family Law Cases

A geographic restriction is a court imposed limitation on where the child can live. Typically, courts cannot tell grown-ups where they can and can't live, however, courts can limit the residence of the child. However, if you are the parent of the child and the court limits the residence of that child then your residence has been effectively limited also.

The Pitfalls of Pro Se Divorce

People representing themselves in family law cases, beware: The forms and templates available online that purport to guide a person through a child custody dispute or divorce do not provide enough information to prevent costly litigation in the future.