Immigration Trough Adoption. Understanding The Hague Process

Immigration through Adoption: Hague ProcessThe process of adopting a child was always very sensitive from the economic and legal point of view, especially when it comes up to intercountry adoption (when the child lives in a different country). In this case, the Immigrant Law plays its role, making the whole situation even harder. Everyone going through this procedure has to deal with Hague Convention, and the best decision that a potential parent can make before starting the process – is to hire a professional adoption lawyer that will assist you in your case. But first, let’s have a deeper insight into the concept of “Hague Process”.

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How To Enforce A Divorce Decree

divorce decreeDuring a divorce process, a court enacts a divorce decree. Usually this is a court order that must be followed by both ex-spouses. If one of the ex-spouses fails to act in accordance with it, the other ex-spouse can take steps to enforce this order.

If you have problems with your ex-spouse abiding the divorce decrees, you should firstly request the proper forms from your local courthouse. You can take them home and fill them our carefully describing in detail each breach of the divorce decree. It is important to include a description of how the breach has impacted you and docsyour children, if you have ones. For more credibility, don’t forget to attach any written proof of the violations to the completed paperwork:

  • emails
  • invoices
  • correspondence and others.


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Are You Getting Divorced? Top 9 Warnings For People Entering The Divorce Process

divorceDivorce is a difficult process tearing asunder your emotions and feelings but it is very important to keep calm and have rational and clear mind because your anger, jealousy or other emotions can affect your actions in a negative way. We are presenting you top 9 divorce warnings to prevent you from making common mistakes that people usually do during divorce proceedings.

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New Name – New Identification Of Yourself. Reasons For Name Change



Name Change is a legal process when a person adopts a name different from their name of birth. The most common reason to channamege one’s name is usually when women get married or divorced, although it is not required by law. Some people just want to change their names because they don’t like them and they want a fresh start in their lives with a new name. There are also people who give name to their child and later feel necessary to change it. There are rare cases when people want to change their names after sex reassignment surgeries, because the new gender requires a new male or female first name.

idAfter changing your name, you must change it also on all forms of your identification:

  • your driver’s license
  • passport
  • social security card
  • bank accounts
  • credit cards
  • other important documents

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Can A Child Support Agreement Help In Collecting Child Support?

Asking yourself what child support is and who is obliged to pay it? You don’t know whether you are eligible for child support and what should be the amount of it? This article is meant to provide you with all the information you need.

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With Two Out Of Every Five Marriages Resulting In Divorce A Prenuptial Agreement May Serve You As A Type Of Insurance

prGetting married is one of the most romantic things a couple might have during their lives. Although being “too much” in love could seriously affect your judgment when executing a prenuptial agreement, that is designed to address financial matters rather than personal preferences before the marriage. Think about it as of a special type of insurance in order not to kill the romance between you and your spouse.


A prenuptial agreement, also called antenuptial agreement or premarital agreement, is a written contract that is concluded before marriage. It commonly includes:

  • the terms of possession of assets
  • treatment of future earnings
  • control of the property of each party
  • potential division if the marriage is later dissolved

A prenuptial agreement can help document each spouse’s property or special arrangements between the spouses and reduce conflicts during divorce. It also protects the inheritance rights of children from previous marriage and protect spouses from each other’s debts.

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Guardianship – Let Somebody Take Care of You

000It is also good to have somebody who takes care about you. Usually parents are those who look after a child, guide him and are responsible for him. Unfortunately children can loose their parents due to different circumstances. In these cases courts are empowered to appoint a guardian for the child or person that needs special protection.


Guardianship is a legal relationship where a guardian is a person who looks after:

  • children whose parents can no longer take care of them
  • persons over 18 years old who are mentally or physically incapacitated


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Four Children Die Every Day as a Result of Child Abuse


According to Childhelp, a report of child abuse is made every ten seconds. More than four (4) children die every day as a result of child abuse. Approximately 70% of children that die from abuse are under the age of 4.

Child abuse is regarded as failure to act on the part of the parent or caretaker that results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation. Child abuse can occur not only in child’s home but also at schools, kindergartens or other organizations the child interacts with.

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Mediation 1+1=3. When Two Fight the Third intervenes

Many times the act of justice leaves the parties unsatisfied with the judicial decision and generates conflict between them, because one of them thinks he lost in “looser-winner” game. Mediation is a good alternative in solving problems between two conflicting parties.


Mediation is the process by which a neutral third party intervenes between two conflicting parties to assist them in reaching a mutually acceptable decision. It is an effective tool for resolving almost all civil non criminal disputes. Mediation generally takes a much less time that litigation resulting in less hourly fees paid to the attorneys and mediator.

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