Child Custody

Family Court and Social Media

Family Court & Social Media: How do social media websites affect a divorce case?

In the past few years, it has become much more common for social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and blogs to be used in family law cases.  Social media evidence is now routinely used in divorce cases, alimony reduction hearings, child support hearings, and child custody dispute hearings.  Evidence obtained from social media sites have shown to be crucial to a case. 

 

 
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Ten Steps to Help You with Your Child Custody Case

Ten Steps to Help You with Your Child Custody Case:  These 10 tips can help you gain custody.

 
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Grandparent Custody

Grandparents should be an important part of a child’s life. More times than not, the relationship between a child and a grandparent is loving, nurturing, and strong. There are, however, some situations in which grandparents are ignored and pushed aside. Whether it is from a divorce or a mutual dislike of your in-laws, children can lose valuable time with their grandparents. Children need family in their lives; don’t let a bad situation, argument, or hurt feelings keep your family apart. Grandparents and great-grandparents are an important part of a child’s life…and they have rights.

 
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Maley Investigations & Child Custody

At Maley Investigations we understand that child custody is often the most crucial and difficult issues in a divorce or custody dispute.  In any child custody dispute, the most important thing is the child's well-being.  We understand that you want to ensure your child's happiness and safety.  With our experienced investigation techniques, we can help find the evidence you need in your custody dispute to ensure that your child's best interest is first and foremost.

 
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