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My life insurance. beneficaries are my children. If I avail of Medicaid, can Medicaid go after my life ins. policy proceeds?

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how do I file for emergency custody of my children now hat their mothe is in at homw hospice for terminal cancer

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How does child support work for a special needs teen? Will I still have to pay when she is over 18?

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If you have gone through the courts you should have your child support/ divorce decree which will have your answer.

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How can a grandparent get visitation rights?

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It's possible for a non-parent to sue for custody and visitation rights. This is usually done during the divorce proceedings but if the parents are not married or are deceased, you can also file a motion through a juvenile court. Make sure you find a lawyer specializing in family law....Read More

how much an uncontested divorce cost

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Fees, if it is completly uncontested then neither party needs a lawyer because both agree on how to split everything. Not having to split a baby in half like King Solomon. All you will have to pay is court fees.

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