Facing a courtroom battle over who gets your children is a nerve-wracking experience on its own but when that possibility actually comes to fruition, it’s very common to go through a something akin to a mourning period. Judges don’t look forward to removing children from care under one parent’s roof and placing them elsewhere, especially…

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There are so many moving parts to consider when ending your marriage that it can be hard not to slip up and fall into behavior that can be self-sabotaging. Even accidentally causing harm to your children or your case can be accomplished with relative ease if you fail to avoid certain traps. Previously we provided…

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When you share kids but don’t live together, creating a parenting plan can be a difficult task, especially when those kids are young, or you have longer holiday vacations to divvy up. Because older children more easily understand what’s happening, even if they don’t enjoy the situation, you at least avoid trying to explain a…

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We know divorce stinks. It’s not a happy process, and on top of that, it’s complicated. It affects just about every aspect of our lives, from our relationships with our kids to our finances. And, if you serve in the United States military, the process gets even more difficult. Military divorces go by different rules,…

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Things aren’t easy these days. And when you put your original divorce agreement in place, you probably had steady employment. Things were better, and you felt relatively comfortable providing your co-parent with the money your kids need to live and thrive. Then, a few years later, you lose your job – cutbacks, layoffs, it’s happening…

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During a divorce, many clients come to us with concerns about inheritances and gifts they’ve received over the course of their marriage. Will they keep it? Will their spouse be able to claim those assets during the divorce? Will the inheritance be divided? Today we’ll talk about how inheritances are handled when a couple splits…

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The term “gray divorce” is a phrase that’s recently come into vogue to describe divorcing couples aged 50 and older. These couples have typically been married a long time, are usually retired or on their way, and tend to be affluent empty-nesters with some significant assets. With the Baby Boomer population living longer, and Generation…

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So, you’ve decided to tie the knot and get married. Congratulations! You’ve reviewed your financial situation and the probabilities on marriages lasting and you’ve concluded that a prenuptial agreement might be a good idea. You then review your rights and options with an experienced law. All well and good so far. You now have to…

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