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November 2012 Archives

Update: Justin Beiber's paternity results not yet submitted

It was a little more than a year ago that we about the importance of a DNA paternity test to determine who the father of a then-newborn was. The mother was claiming that father was famed pop star Justin Bieber, a claim the 18-year-old adamantly denied. After the scandal broke, Bieber also took to the talk show "The View" to insist he had taken a DNA paternity test to prove he was not the father.

Is your spouse hiding assets in the divorce?

When going through a divorce, it is not an option to disclose all assets. Rather, it's a legal requirement. Failing to disclose all assets can even lead to consequences, like an ex-spouse ending up with all of what was not disclosed. In extreme cases, it can even lead to jail time.

Michael Stone and ex to work on parenting during divorce

Michael Stone, who is married to "Big Bang Theory" actress, Mayim Bialik, will be getting a divorce. Stone and Bialik were married for nine years and have two children. Both are very involved with being parents to their two boys.

Navigating the holidays through separation, divorce

With Thanksgiving just days away it's officially that time of year again: the holidays. And while the holidays can be stressful enough for anyone -- with all the planning, spending and celebrating -- it can be even harder for parents who are recently separated.

Prenatal tests to determine paternity

Fathers incorrectly assume that if their name is on a child's birth certificate, their rights as a parent are automatically established. However, this could not be farther from the truth. In fact, without first properly establishing paternity, a father could end up actually finding himself in a tricky situation where he must pay child support, but still has no visitation schedule or decision-making rights as a parent.

Father arrested for unpaid child support in Missouri

Parents may think that they can get away with not paying child support by moving out of Missouri to another state. However, the truth is that failing to pay child support can lead to a felony charge and warrant out for a person's arrest. This means that if the parent is found in another state, not only will he or she end up getting arrested, typically he or she will also be sent back to Missouri.

Fathers' rights: Dads want a say in medical decisions too

When it comes to fathers' rights there are a litany of concerns. A father has rights to be a parent. This means time to spend with their child and a visitation schedule that is fair to everyone involved. However, it does not just end with just actual physical time with a child, as fathers should also have a say in medical decisions affecting their children.

Divorce: Rule on pet custody or property division?

Many people with a family pet feel there is no price tag that could be put on their pet. That Fido of Fluffy do not have monetary values and are rather considered priceless, just like any other member of the family. And while of course this is true, when it comes to divorce and who should get custody of the pets, this area of the law is lacking hard and fast rules.

Rolling Stones memorabilia serves as lesson on property division

When two people are married -- especially for a long time -- property division can get rather confusing when it comes to divorce. Property, which can include real estate, valuable collections and sentimental items, needs to be distributed in a way that is fair to both spouses.

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