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15 Jan
You and the other parent have your custody order.  It appears to be straightforward and clearly defined.  However, the other parent takes every opportunity to argue over any provision of the order that is vague or unclear.  The fighting could be for...
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9 Jan
You’ve gone to court and gotten your divorce.  The Judge granted you custody of the children.  Now what happens to them if you die before they reach adulthood?   It’s a hard thing to think about.  But planning ahead for the unexpected...
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18 Dec
If you’re going through a divorce, the holidays can be a minefield.  From navigating your custody schedule, coordinating travel plans, hosting holiday parties and purchasing gifts, you’re probably tempted to throw in the towel.  But before you call it quits, here’s a...
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17 Dec
Are you in need of financial support from your spouse? Are you the one on the hook for spousal support? Whatever the case may be, there are three things you need to know that have a major impact on your financial case....
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30 Nov
After getting divorced, custody can be a central issue of contention, especially around the holidays. Christmas and Thanksgiving are generally the most difficult holidays to plan for as both parents usually want visitation at the same times. With planning and compromise, parents...
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