How We Help
Every parent has legal rights, yet far too many parents are being denied of their
God given rights to be a part of their children's lives. When problems arise between
parents, and children are left in the middle, hurt, confused and being used as a
bargaining chip -
Decisions ~ Documentation ~ Justice
BLC is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice. BLC helps you prepare court
documents based on information you select, and provide us.
Stopping Child Support ~ Starting Child Support ~ Adjusting Child Support
If you need to have child support stopped, started, or adjusted -
Although child support appears to be tied to child custody or visitation -
Is your child support order too high? Are you unemployed? Are you disabled? Have you been served or harassed by Child Support Enforcement? Are your wages being garnished? Has your license been suspended? If you answered "yes" to any of the preceding -
Child Support is the obligation paid to the custodial parent of child by the non custodial parent for rearing the child. It is in the best interest of a child for both parents to be obligated to pay for the support of their child. An order for child support transfers the income/wealth from one parent to the other so that the combined incomes/wealth of both parents is available to use for the support of the child.
A Child Support Order includes when and how much a parent has to pay for child support. A Child Support Order is generally part of a divorce decree or paternity judgment. Most states now follow a guideline or formula devised for estimating child support amount. This ensures uniformity in child support payment from court to court.
If you do not have a child visitation or child custody order in place, and are paying high child support, obtaining such an order may lower the amount of child support you pay.
Child Custody is an issue that affects everybody involved -
Types of Custody
More on Child Custody
Child Custody and Guardianship are the legal terms used to describe the legal and
practical relationship between a parent and child, including e.g. the right of the
parent to make decisions for the child and the duty to care for the child. As previously
"Legal Custody" gives a parent the right to make long-
In Child Custody situations, "joint custody" usually refers to one of two possible scenarios: joint legal and physical custody, or joint legal custody.
In true "Joint Custody" arrangements, parents share equal "legal custody" and"physical custody" rights. This means that parents participate equally in making decisions about the child's upbringing and welfare, and split time evenly in having day-
Much more common than true joint custody arrangements (where both physical and legal custody are shared) is
Child Visitation is the most important legal step to staying in touch with your child's
life. Regardless of any bad situations, or choices you may have made in the past,
every parent has rights to visit their children. You can remain a non custodial parent,
but visit your child on a regular visitation schedule. To make visits with your child
enforceable, you need to get a well-
Visitation schedules are determined, like all other domestic issues involving children, in accordance with the best interests of the child. In most situations, it is important that visits with a child be frequent and continuing.
Nobody gets married to get divorced -
Since our goal is in uniting families, if there's a chance of reconciliation, we would like to work towards that resolution. However, if there is no chance of reconciliation, we still want to assist you.
Call us today -
Let's discuss the options you have to resolve your current legal issue, and begin working towards a better tomorrow for you and your children!
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"Every Parent has Legal Rights."
Some of the issues we help with:
Child Custody ~ Child Visitation ~ Child Support ~ Out of State Issues
Stop Move Temporary Orders ~ Restraining Orders ~ Divorce
Drivers License Suspension ~ Father's Rights ~ Mother's Rights
Grandparent's Rights ~ Paternity Issues ~ Self Help Solutions
Contempt of Court ~ Emergency Protective Custody Orders
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