Blog

McKinley Irvin Blogs from May 2018

  • Understanding the Differences Between Custody and Parenting Time

    Understanding the Differences Between Custody and Parenting Time If you are going through a divorce or your parenting agreement is going through major changes, it is essential that you understand the differences between child custody and parenting time (which is also often referred to as visitation). There are many ways in which parents may choose to co-parent their kids, some of which involve one parent retaining custody, or both parents sharing custody. Whatever the situation, knowing what role you play in your child’s life, from a legal and a personal perspective, is extremely ...
    Continue reading >>
  • What Does Divorce Do to Your Credit?

    What Does Divorce Do to Your Credit? Getting divorced does not harm your credit directly, but the financial issues that come with divorce can certainly harm your credit score. Your credit score is based on several different aspects of your financial standing. If something drastic happens to your finances, like a divorce, your credit will likely be impacted in some way. Dealing with Increased Expenses Divorce can be expensive. Not only can legal fees add up; dividing your life from that of your spouse’s can be quite costly. For example, leaving the home you ...
    Continue reading >>
  • How Does Remarriage Affect Child Custody & Child Support?

    How Does Remarriage Affect Child Custody & Child Support? If you or your ex-spouse remarries after your divorce, it may change several things about both of your lives. If you remarry, you and your new spouse may wish to have more children, or you might be taking on an additional responsibility with your spouse’s children. If your ex-spouse remarries, he or she could be facing any of these issues. If either parent remarries, it could definitely affect some of your current legal agreements regarding child support, child custody, and visitation. In some cases, remarriage might also ...
    Continue reading >>
Page of 1
  • Best Law Firm
  • Best Lawyers
  • Super Lawyers
  • AV Preeminent
  • Avvo Rating 10.0
  • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
"To the Best of the Best. Thank you for all your hard work and effort! It was a great result. It’s nice to be free!!"
Read More