Can Texts be Used to Prove Adultery in Idaho?

Idaho is rare when it comes to divorce laws. While many states have no-fault or fault divorce laws, Idaho has a hybrid system. In a no-fault divorce, a spouse simply has to prove that the marriage is irreparable. This is the more modern system. In the traditional...

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Understanding Child Custody Modification in Idaho

Child custody is one of the issues which must be resolved before a divorce is finalized in Nampa, ID. While it is expected that the arrangement will continue for some time, on occasion things may change. If something significant or “material” changes in the life of...

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Does Adultery Affect Alimony in Idaho?

Divorces generally have a bad picture since you imagine lots of lawyers and exchanging of unpleasant words. However, beyond that there is the legal aspect and the need to come to an agreement about the lives of two individuals. There is a lot that is considered during...

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What is a Civil Protection Order?

In certain circumstances, an individual is in need of protection from the court based on the actions of others. Idaho law provides a mechanism for an individual to petition the court protection based on 1) physical injury, sexual abuse, or forced imprisonment or...

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