|Posted by bcneal.law on February 25, 2014 at 3:20 PM||comments (33)|
Child Custody Help and Advice Center
No other single issue is more heated, emotionally charged, and important in the law than child custody matters. For decades, people have fought over their rights to obtain custody over the children when a relationship or marriage goes south. The help of an expert child custody attorney is necessary to protect your rights as a parent—congratulations on taking the first step toward fighting for your children!
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|Posted by bcneal.law on May 17, 2013 at 11:20 AM||comments (51)|
Ten Tips for Going Thru a Divorce
The following are some tips and best practices for working with your divorce or family law attorney. The following is NOT, nor is it meant to be legal advice. These are general guidelines that will give you a higher liklihood of reaching the best possible outcome with your family law case. If you have questions about your particular situation, it is always best to communicate directly with your family law attorney.
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|Posted by bcneal.law on April 17, 2013 at 2:05 PM||comments (5)|
DIVORCE - Why Hire an Attorney
If you are considering legal assistance in regards to your marriage and family situation you might want some answers before taking the next step. A divorce lawyer specializes in issues pertaining to dissolution of marriages whether through annulment, legal separation, or divorce. They also specialize in other issues involving marriage and family such as adoptions and wills while practicing as family law practitioners. Regardless ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by bcneal.law on April 13, 2013 at 12:25 AM||comments (4)|
The Adoption Process
There are many ways to adopt a child. These are the most common:
Agency Adoptions: Both private and public agencies offer adoption services. These agencies are heavily monitored and regulated by the government, and are generally less expensive than other resources. As a drawback, agency adoptions usually involve long waiting periods, a complicated application process, and home study procedures.
Private Adoptions: With private or independent adoptions, ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by bcneal.law on April 12, 2013 at 2:25 PM||comments (0)|
TOP 1O REASONS YOU NEED A WILL
1. No Bond – When one passes without a will, they are said to have passed “intestate” and their estate will then be administered by a court appointed representative. This representative will then be required to purchase a bond to insure that the estate is properly administered. This Bond can prove very costly and is determined based on the size of the estate. The cost of the bond (frequently in the thousands of dollars) will be paid from ...Read Full Post »