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Paternity And The New Law Outlawing Child Brides

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Identifying a child’s paternity is relatively easy today, but historically, young girls who became pregnant were often forced to marry the purported father so the child was not born out of wedlock. Some cultures still follow this line of thinking, even if the child was the product of a sexual assault. Normally, a person… Read More »

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Addressing Internet Sexual Addiction In Divorce And Child Custody Cases

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

The internet can be both a blessing and a curse for people, depending upon how they choose to use it. The vast amounts of information stored online has changed the way the world operates, learns, and communicates. With the positive features of internet access comes the easy availability of sexual content, some of which… Read More »

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The Consequences Of Having No Heirs

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most people own some amount of property that may be passed down to potential heirs and beneficiaries upon death, and unless the property automatically transfers full ownership to another person, the distribution of this property must go through the probate courts. Probate is a court-supervised process under which a deceased person’s property is passed… Read More »

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Actions That Can Lead To Temporary Custody By A Relative

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Parents are historically and legally viewed as the individuals in the best position to care for their child, and the law requires a lengthy process and egregious conduct before this presumption will be overlooked. In fact, it is rare for a non-parent to receive any parental authority, and in many cases, non-parents have no… Read More »

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Dealing With False Allegations Of Domestic Violence During Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most victims of domestic violence truly suffer from physical and/or psychological abuse, and need to get out of the abusive situation to ensure their safety and that of their family. However, and this fact makes it more difficult for victims to be taken seriously, others choose to make false accusations, often in hopes of… Read More »

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Challenging The Appointment Of A Guardian

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

All adults, and Americans especially, highly value the independence and control that comes with reaching the age of majority. As one ages, these rights and privileges are often taken for granted, and only become an issue of contention when someone loses his/her competency over financial or personal affairs, usually as a result of the… Read More »

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The Impact Of Additional Children On Previous Child Support Obligations

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

The image of the American family has changed drastically over the past thirty years, with more adults having children outside of marriage and with multiple partners, as well as blending families when new relationships form. This shifting dynamic does not alter, however, a parent’s ongoing obligation to provide financial support for every child until… Read More »

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The Unique Factors With Domestic Violence And Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Leaving a marriage filled with violence and fear takes a lot of courage and support. Divorce is complicated enough without this added strain, but when domestic violence is present, the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney is even more imperative to ensure the right protections are put in place and the process is as… Read More »

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Dependency And The Dangers Of The Foster Care System

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Any parent, if asked, would admit, without hesitation, that parenting is easily the most difficult task they will ever face. The difficulties of parenting are counterbalanced with the joy of seeing one’s child grow and develop into a unique individual. However, this dynamic can be swiftly and severely interrupted if the State opens a… Read More »

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How Financial Disclosures Play Into Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Figuring out how much money and assets a person will have at the end of a divorce is a critical issue for all spouses. Dividing one household into two inherently creates new expenses, albeit with the same income, and requires each party to make hard decisions about which costs are truly necessary and which… Read More »

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