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Child Support: Why You Need An Attorney
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: March 23, 2015

Child support can be both an emotional issue as well as a financial one. Now many people going through a divorce feel that the money paid for child support is really going to the custodial parent. However, in the eyes of the law, it isn’t considered to be a right for the parent, but a right for the child. It’s to be used for your child’s needs, maintenance and care; not to support the custodial parent’s lifestyle. Fortunately, a family law attorney can help you through the maze of these complicated issues. How is child support figured out? In most cases, the formula is simple when breaking down child support. The amount of support will depend on the amount of…Read More

The Benefits Of A Business Contract Between Two Parties
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: February 7, 2015

One of the most import parts of business law is having a strong contract. The business law contract formalizes the agreement between two parties to prevent misunderstanding about key terms in the agreement. Why are contracts so important? It’s key for both parties to have a valid and enforceable contract in case the contract needs to be enforced in court. Contracts can be oral or in writing. An oral contract is any agreement that’s not written but certain types of agreements are required to be written such as agreement to buy or sell real estate or land. This is called a statue of frauds. The benefit of using a business attorney is that the attorney will cover all of the…Read More

Estate Planning For Unmarried Co-Parents
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: January 24, 2015

Everyone should plan for the future when it comes to distributing their assets. Estate planning involves many complex family law issues including wills, designation of beneficiaries, ownership of property and power of attorney. Some estate law issues are particularly important for parents to address such designating guardians for minor children and providing for children in the case of one or both parents’ deaths. This type of family law is fairly clear-cut in most cases if the parents are married. However, estate planning becomes somewhat more complex for unmarried co-parents. It’s essential to have a good financial planner and family law attorney if you are unmarried co-parents. You do not want to have any unfortunate surprises in the event of you…Read More

What Is The Difference Between A Divorce And An Annulment?
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: December 23, 2014

When it comes to divorce, many people have questions about the difference between a divorce and an annulment. These terms are often confused and people tend to wonder which solution is best for their situation. Both are legal ways to end a marriage in a court of family law. The difference is in how the marriage is ended. It’s important to understand the laws that apply in your state so that you understand whether a divorce or an annulment is right for you. Consulting a family law attorney will help you move forward in the most effective manner. An annulment erases the marriage completely. Essentially, the marriage never existed and was not ever legally valid. It’s important to keep in…Read More

What Are The Elements Of A Strong Non-Compete Agreement?
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: November 24, 2014

A non-compete agreement is a contract in which an employee agrees not to compete against the employer by starting a similar business or compete against the employer in another setting. It’s important that the non-compete agreement is well-written in case the former employee brings a civil litigation suit against your company. Your goal should be to create an agreement that is enforceable meaning that if there is a civil litigation case, your agreement will hold up in court. These agreements are become more common over time, but often, employers try to write them without the advice of legal counsel. They take the risk of creating an agreement that is unenforceable. If a former employee or group of employees files a…Read More

Grandparent’s Rights And Family Law
  • By: Samuel T. Crump, Sr.
  • Published: October 20, 2014

Grandparents typically become very attached to their grandchildren. When there are conflicts among family members, grandparents often get lost in the shuffle. What rights do grandparents have under family law? It’s important to consult with a family law attorney so that you can understand your rights and how to enforce them. It’s always best if you can work out visitation outside of family law court. However, it’s not possible in every situation. Fortunately, Arizona offers some protection to grandparents in some situations. You can discuss your situation in depth with a family law attorney so you can understand your rights and how you can approach the family law courts. In some cases, the parents object to the grandparents having visitation…Read More

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