Attorney At Law Mr. Eagle looks forward to serving the people of King County in family court in his capacity as a pro tempore Court Commissioner. SEATTLE , WASHINGTON, USA, July 9, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- On June 18, 2018, Paul F. Eagle was appointed a pro tempore Family Law Court Commissioner for King County Superior Court. Mr. Eagle looks forward to serving the people of King County in Family Court in his capacity as a pro tempore Court Commissioner. Family Law Court for King County Superior Court adjudicates most family law matters, including (but not limited to): Divorce or legal separation (with and without children) Parenting plan/residential schedule Paternity/parentage Child support Spousal support/maintenance Domestic violence A Northwest native, Paul F. Eagle enjoys deep roots in Seattle and the general King County region. Raised by his beloved … [Read more...] about Paul F. Eagle was appointed pro tempore Family Law Court Commissioner for King County Superior Court.
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By S.Z. Berg/MainStreet.com When Kassy Perry got divorced, she had to cut a check for $800,000 to buy out her now ex-husband from her thriving public relations business. The California-based business was considered community property. "In fact, the court would not allow me to just shut it down," Perry says. Perry is far from alone in experiencing the complications that arise when business is entangled in an unraveling marriage. An estimated 3.7 million businesses in the U.S. are jointly owned by a husband and wife, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The particular roles spouses hold within a business can determine the course of action a parting couple must take. "Depending on the type of business and just how much one spouse is involved compared to the other may determine if the business will survive the marriage," says Lori Barkus, a South Florida-based family law attorney. "For example, if one half of the couple is a dentist or doctor and the other half runs the office, then the … [Read more...] about Who holds onto the family business when couples divorce?
We're less married than we've ever been. Yet, more unwed couples live together than ever before. More children born out of wedlock. Minnesota's paternity laws are rather traditional, in what is evolving into a less traditional society. Has the law kept pace with reality? The answer, of course, is "no." Not because the law has targeted paternity in isolation. But, rather, because the law inherently reacts to the world around it. As norms change, so does the law. Is it time to tweak the law concerning unwed fathers? As a family law attorney, I often see one of two types of unwed fathers in my work. The first involves the stereotypical unwed father - you know, the one who cheated and wants nothing to do with their new son or daughter. This seems to be the fellow that the paternity statutes are geared toward...denying the father any right to see the child in the absence of a court order. Naturally, there are legitimate concerns addressed by the present law. What if … [Read more...] about Paternity Law. Does One Size Fit the Best Interest of Children?
By Emily Rasmussen | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: February 2, 2018 at 5:31 pm | UPDATED: February 2, 2018 at 5:41 pm Claudia Calvillo gave it her all to be the best mother and wife possible when she came to California, leaving her home in Mexico nearly 10 years ago to marry her husband. It started with small things such as spilling food or wearing an outfit her husband, Francisco, didn’t like, that would explode into larger problems and ultimately resulted in abuse, Calvillo said in a letter. “Before I knew (it) I was isolated from my friends and family and the respect was gone between us,” Calvillo said. “This resulted in him countlessly physically abusing me, insulting me and humiliating me. Several nights I found myself alone in the restroom crying with the water running so that my husband would not hear my cries.” Once Calvillo decided to get help, she went to a domestic violence shelter and eventually fled back to Mexico to escape her … [Read more...] about Laguna Niguel attorney helps rebuild families by providing free legal advice through Human Options