Should Separating Adults Be Responsible for Children Over the Age of Maturity?

5 October 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

In general terms, a child is considered to be an adult when they reach the age of 18. Typically, this will mean that they are responsible for their own actions and should not rely on their parents for guidance, shelter, or financial support. Therefore, if a couple was going through a separation or divorce and children were involved, they might expect their financial obligations to be "free and clear" if the children in question were over that age of maturity. Read More 

What You Need to Know About Domestic Violence and Domestic Violence Lawyers

15 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Physical assault is usually considered the worst type of abuse because it can lead to serious injuries that can lead to death. Other types of abuse are also considered serious because they can eventually lead to physical abuse. Additionally, they make you lead an uncomfortable family life that can lead to a mental breakdown. Here's what you need to know about how domestic violence lawyers can help. Are You Being Abused? Read More