When it comes to obtaining evidence to use against an ex, many angry wives and husbands will go to great lengths to prove the other is a bad parent, or is attempting to hide information. In some cases, these angry soon-to-be ex-spouses will even use information -- inaccurate information -- from an online dating profile in court.
We live in a global economy where international travel is easier than ever before. The Internet also affords us the options to easily and quickly connect with someone living in another country. Due to this, more and more people are falling in love and marrying residents of other countries. Of course, for many couples this totally works. However, for others -- when one spouse wants to get a divorce -- the entire process can become quite tricky, even more so when children are involved and there is dual citizenship between any of the family members.
Time and time again we hear of stories in the news when what a person posts on Facebook comes back to bite them from a legal standpoint. Quite often people tend to incorrectly assume that their Facebook page is their little part of the Internet. However, the truth is that information can be taken off of a person's Facebook page and used against them as evidence in court.
Over the years, more and more grandparents -- especially single grandfathers -- have been raising their grandchildren. In turn this has meant a loving, caring and supportive home for many children, and has even kept grandfathers feeling younger as they buy things like iPods and plan birthday parties. However, it should be noted that these living situations are family law matters where legal issues can arise.
Legislation that would make changes to domestic violence laws in Missouri for the first time in close to 40 years was recently approved by a 33-0 vote by the state's Senate. If the bill is approved by the House, these changes could greatly impact issues related to family law.
After a divorce it's natural for fathers with custody of their children to be rather scared of the prospect of raising their kids alone. But, have no fear as it's more than possible and plenty of fathers who were also nervous at first turned out to be wonderful and caring fathers with a strong relationship with their child or children.
Paola Arzu Stange is to speak to other attorneys about domestic violence on May 26, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency in St. Louis at The Arch, 315 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63122 at LawReviewCle's CLE titled: "First Domestic Violence Case." This is an important issue that effects many fathers in divorce and child custody cases.