Book Title:

Unmarried Parents’ Rights and Responsibilities, 3E (Unmarried Parents Rights) (Paperback)
by Jacqueline Stanley (Author)

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Book Description

As a parent, you have certain rights and responsibilities in the care and upbringing of your children. Sometimes those rights are challenged, and you need to know what to do if that happens.

Unmarried Parents’ Rights (and Responsibilities) contains detailed information on the issues single parents and divorced parents face. It provides a step-by-step guide to taking legal action. This book helps you take control of situations and provide for your children in the best possible way.

Find valuable shortcuts to get to the heart of your matter. Look for:

  • Tip boxes on subjects like how courts determine custody, visitation time and child support
  • Extensive references to websites, organizations and agencies that can be contacted for information and assistance
  • Sample legal forms to speed you through the court process

Being a single parent is hard – Unmarried Parents’ Rights (and Responsibilities) makes it a little easier.

About the Author

Jacqueline D. Stanley received her law degree from Wake Forest University. She has written or coauthored several books for Sphinx Publishing, including How to Start a Business in North Carolina or South Carolina . Licensed in North Carolina, Ms. Stanley is currently a freelance author of legal information for various websites and textbook companies. Jeffrey D. DeGood received his law degree from the University of South Carolina. He currently in practices law in Columbia, South Carolia.