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Category: Maine Parentage Act

Protect Your Children with a Prenuptial Before Remarrying

Prenuptial agreements are not just about protecting the assets that you have accumulated during your lifetime. They can also help you protect children from a previous marriage. If you are married more than once in your lifetime, financial matters can become complex. If you have had multiple past spouses ...

Marital Abandonment and Divorce in Maine

The majority of divorces in Maine are no-fault, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the grounds for divorce. However, at-fault divorces are permitted in Maine for certain reasons. One such reason is marital abandonment, which is sometimes called “desertion” or “spousal abandonment” in Maine. This occurs when one spouse leaves the ...

By |August 16, 2022|Child Support, Family Law, Maine Parentage Act|

The Maine Parentage Act and Who Can Be Considered a Parent?

Matters of parentage are an integral part of family law that have profound consequences for families in Maine. While parentage is generally “presumed” or “acknowledged” in Maine, the matter may become more complicated when couples separate and custody, child support or parental rights are disputed during divorce proceedings. Sometimes, ...

By |August 15, 2022|Child Support, Family Law, Maine Parentage Act|
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