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There are no specific laws in Iowa pertaining to father’s rights, or mother’s rights for that matter, there are only laws in Iowa governing parental rights. When it comes to child support, the court will most likely award it to the custodial parent. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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You may ask the question of whether changing your name can affect your criminal record? Is it possible that a name change would make it more difficult for people to link you to your conviction? In this article, we will explore these criminal law questions. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Once the mechanics lien is recorded, the mechanic has a security interest in the vehicle. If you are wondering how to file a Wisconsin Mechanics Lien, this article will provide you with a basic overview on the steps involved. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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If you’ve arrived at this article then you are probably wondering, “what is a Wisconsin advance directive?” Simply put, it is a legally operative method of informing your healthcare provider and your family of your wishes should you become incapacitated in regard to feeding tubes and lifesaving medical intervention. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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As of August, 2021, a review of the Indiana 2021 legislative session doesn’t show any major changes to Indiana divorce law. This article will help you learn about some changes to related laws that have occurred in the past two years, however, and about how to get divorced in Indiana in 2021. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Termination of parental rights in Indiana can happen in two main ways. Parental rights may be relinquished by the parent(s) when they consent to adoption of a child or they can be voluntarily or involuntarily terminated when the Indiana Department of Child Services (“DCS”) institutes a Termination of Parental Rights action. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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While no longer residing together does sometimes carry weight with the court, it is important to understand that while you are physically apart you are still legally bound, unless you file for and are granted a legal separation or a divorce. This article will provide you with a basic outline of the two very similar (but not the same) legal processes. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act provides in section 513, that a court has the authority to enter an order requiring a divorced parent or parent of a child out of wedlock to help pay for the college expenses. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Fathers have rights that a paternity lawyer in Indiana can assist you in protecting. Some of the questions that you might ask a father’s rights attorney in Indiana, and that the attorney might ask you in order to determine what your rights are appear below. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Local court rules, or “local rules,” are rules that most states allow each local authority within the state to establish for their particular geographic area (e.g. Alaska is divided into boroughs, Louisiana is divided into parishes, but most states are divided into smaller geographical units referred to as counties). | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Have you and your child’s other parent recently split? Perhaps you have realized that you may need a custody arrangement on file with the Iowa Court. If so, it will be very important that you understand the difference between the two types of custody in Iowa – physical custody and legal custody. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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