What are the legal rights for:

  • Husband/Wife
  • Children
  • Grandparents


Family disputes can be difficult and emotional to everyone in the house. When there is no end to the problems and couples run out of options to save the marriage they may consider filing for divorce or a legal separation. If this is the final choice your rights must be protected during and after the divorce procedures.


One of the most important matters to resolve is the children. Custody can be granted to one parent with visitation rights to the other, or split custody with equal time for both parents.  Other matters are child support and child protection when necessary.


Grandparents also have rights. The relationship between grandparents and grandchildren are important to preserve. In other cases when one or both parents are incapable of taking care of the children due to loss of housing or a drug habit, grandparents have rights to step in and ask for temporary or full custody.

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