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What is Family Law

Family law is a part of the law that focuses completely on the relationships in a family. It includes the power to divorce two partners in a marriage, to create families through marriage or even take away the parental rights to a child.

A lot of people turn to family lawyers because when it comes to serious changes life such as adoption, the separation between two partners in a marriage or even losing the rights as a parent to a child can be very difficult. It can take a lot of time to handle all the documents, the court processes and a lot of other tasks that you probably do not even understand. Dealing with such subjects can take a certain toll on your emotional state and your financial stability. So if you want to stay healthy and happy throughout a process such a divorce, you will probably need some external help.

It a recent study, a lot of partners in a marriage believe that it is impossible to come to a certain decision when it comes to divorces. However, with the proper knowledge of family law, about 60 percent of the couples managed to come to some sort of arrangement without having to go to court. To be more precise, only 10 percent of couples end up going to court and settle their difference with a trial. So if you are sure that you want a divorce, solving this issue between the two of you without having to mix up a court in the process will be great for both of you. The sooner you come to a settlement, the less it will cost and you will both end up being happier and less stressed out.

If you are looking for a family lawyer, check out O’Sullivan Legal.

Splitting the finances

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A lot of marriages work by sharing their financials together. In other words, the income of both parties of marriage is collected in one place and used to pay for any necessary bills or expenses. When you decide to end your marriage, you will have to decide how to split the finances. Both parties need to evaluate their contributions to the household, their incomes and finally manage their money on their own. The sooner you decide what you are going to do about your financial situation, the divorce will be much easier on both of you.

However, no matter if you are on good terms with your spouse or not, you should always understand family law, your responsibilities, and your rights. So if you come to a conclusion to end your marriage, you will also have split your responsibilities. Here are some of the responsibilities you are legally bound to even after divorce:

Best interest in your children

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If you plan on splitting with your spouse and you have children, it is important to remember that no matter what you have to keep caring for your children.

Financial support for your kids

After a divorce, no matter where the custody of your child ends up, you will still have to financially support them. If you have any further questions about family law, you can contact Konicek Law.

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