How to Obtain Sole Custody as a single-parent: Legal Insights and Procedures Explained

How to get single-parent custody? If you are going through divorce proceedings, one of the issues that will cause you the greatest concern is the custody of your children. In our Family Law there are 4 types of custody : Through this post, we explain everything you need to know about single-parent or exclusive custody. Are you looking for a…

Understanding Alimony: Modification, Cancellation, and Legal Insights in the US

Understanding Alimony: Modification, Cancellation, and Legal Insights in the US In any separation or divorce process, it is of great importance to ensure the care and well-being of the children , with  alimony or alimony playing a transcendental role . Based on the principle of family solidarity, both parents are obliged to provide support to minor children and also to adults who live in the…

Guide to Divorce by Mutual Agreement Without Children or Common Property

Guide to Divorce by Mutual Agreement Without Children or Common Property In our legal system, there are different divorce options that adapt to the particular circumstances of each couple. Thus, the fact that there are children in the marriage or not, or whether the spouses decide to act by mutual agreement or not, are factors that…

Non-payment of alimony

Non-payment of alimony Legal proceedings for non-payment of alimony are, unfortunately, very common. The economic situation we have been going through in recent years has been the main reason. There are also cases in which the person obliged to pay them refuses for personal reasons. If your ex-partner has stopped paying child support, you may…

Understanding the Difference Between Family Abandonment and Home Abandonment in Divorce Proceedings

Understanding the Difference Between Family Abandonment and Home Abandonment in Divorce Proceedings Family abandonment is a crime regulated and classified in the Penal Code . Those who are in charge of a minor or people with disabilities who need special protection incur this crime if they do not comply with their legal duties regarding them. Home abandonment is  not the same as family…

Understanding Joint Custody: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents

Understanding Joint Custody: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents What is joint custody or joint tenancy? In general terms, custody is the responsibility that parents have for the upbringing, well-being, and education of their children. Custody is also sometimes called tenancy. In the event of separation or divorce, as well as in the case of de facto couples who decide…

Choosing the Right Custody Arrangement for Your Children: Understanding the Options

Choosing the Right Custody Arrangement for Your Children: Understanding the Options If you are going through a separation or divorce process and have minor children, you are surely wondering what type of custody is best for your children  and what options exist. Although we know that the circumstances of each family are different and that the solution…

Can a Child Refuse to Visit their Father in Divorce? Exploring Rights and Responsibilities

Can a Child Refuse to Visit their Father in Divorce? Exploring Rights and Responsibilities In principle, the answer to the question of whether a son can refuse to see his father is emphatically NO . But it would be YES, when there is a serious reason that justifies the son’s refusal to see his father ; Which are the…

Navigating the Liquidation of Marital Assets in Divorce: Your Comprehensive Guide

Navigating the Liquidation of Marital Assets in Divorce: Your Comprehensive Guide One of the issues that we must take into account when considering a divorce is the liquidation of property . Throughout this article we answer some questions that many people ask in relation to the topic at hand and we focus on the ways that exist to…

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