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Hodson & Mullin · 3d ago

What Is An Evidentiary Hearing For Child Custody?

An evidentiary hearing for child custody is a legal hearing with testimony taken under oath from parents, minor children and experts who have interviewed the family. Learn how evidentiary he...
Hodson & Mullin · 5d ago

When Is it Time for Divorce?

It is time for divorce when every other measure has been taken, including seeking professional help, going to counseling, attending marriage workshops, keeping open and honest lines of commu...
Hodson & Mullin · 1W ago

Divorce Advice : Do's & Don'ts in Divorce

The do's and don'ts of divorce include telling the children they are loved, not antagonizing one another, keeping a low profile and not including friends in the divorce process. Learn a few ...
Hodson & Mullin · 1W ago

What Is Negligence?

Negligence refers to conduct that falls below the standards established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. A person has acted negligently if he or she has...
Hodson & Mullin · 2W ago

Annulment Versus Divorce

There are various ground upon which an annulment or a divorce could be granted by a court. The legal consequences could be very important, since an annulment basically erases a marriage, whe...
Hodson & Mullin · 2W ago

What Is The Definition Of Family Law?

Family law is defined as dealing with divorces, child custody, equitable distribution and paternity. Understand how family law centers around the dissolution of marriages and the welfare of ...
Hodson & Mullin · 3W ago

Social Security Disability

At Hodson & Mullin, we know disabled people need help. Faced with a possible lifetime of g...
Hodson & Mullin · 3W ago

What Is an Evidentiary Hearing for Child Custody?

An evidentiary hearing for child custody is a legal hearing with testimony taken under oath from parents, minor children and experts who have interviewed the family. Learn how evidentiary he...
Hodson & Mullin · 4W ago

Family Law Explained

Family law is the branch of law which deals with all maters related to family unit and other domestic relations such as surrogacy and adoption, domestic partnerships, civil unions, marriage,...
Hodson & Mullin · 1M ago

Open Adoption

In an open adoption, the birth parents and the adoptive parents know each other's identities. Often, there is direct contact between them and sometimes ongoing contact after the child has be...