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  • 9 Ways to Help Make Joint Child Custody Work
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    9 Ways to Help Make Joint Child Custody Work

    Divorce is hard and stressful. Even if the couple mutually decides to end things, a part of them breaks into a thousand pieces. Because knowing that this is the end for them and their relationship. If you and your partner are separating and you’ve got kids, remember that divorce is as hard on them as […] More

  • What You Can't Include in Your Prenuptial Agreement
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    What You Can’t Include in Your Prenup

    Signing a prenup is a great way to start your new life with absolute clarity and transparency. But there are certain things that you can’t include in it. One of the most common reasons couples fight and separate is finances. But, if a married couple is not on the same page about their finances. It […] More

  • Role of a Guardian Ad Litem for Custody Disputes
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    Role of a Guardian Ad Litem for Custody Disputes

    When it comes to divorce and custody, it’s actually pretty common for the two parties to become so entangled in their own issues that their children suffer as a result. When the parents are clearly on bad terms with each other. It’s easy for them to lose sight of what’s best for their children. And the […] More

  • What is a Prenuptial Agreement, and Why Should You Get One?
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    What is a Prenuptial Agreement, and Why Should You Get One?

    When most people hear about a wealthy couple divorcing. Typically, this is the first thought that comes to your mind “how will they divide their wealth?” Well, that’s a valid concern because wealth distribution after divorce can take an ugly shape if one or both partners aren’t cooperative. This is where a prenuptial agreement comes […] More

  • How Do Divorced Parents Split Educational Expenses
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    How Do Divorced Parents Split Educational Expenses

    Not all divorces are ugly. Many people decide to part ways gracefully on mutual agreement. While divorce does help individuals without children start fresh, it’s not as simple if you’ve got kids. You may not be man and wife post-divorce, but you’ll remain parents to your kids, which you’ve got to honor for the rest […] More

  • How Can You Keep Legal Costs Down During Divorce?
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    How Can You Keep Legal Costs Down During Divorce?

    If you’re going through a divorce, you’re probably already concerned with the breakdown of your marriage. So, the last thing you need to weigh you down is the thought of how much it will cost you. And those worries are well-founded. Because a divorce can financially ruin one or both parties. Especially, when tensions are […] More

  • How to Establish Paternity in Florida
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    How to Establish Paternity in Florida

    Establishing paternity is documenting the legal relationship of a man with his child. It protects the father’s right to his kids and supports mothers financially and emotionally. There are various situations when parents need to establish paternity, such as When parents of a child are not married When parents of a child are in a […] More

  • How to Deal with Debt Post-Divorce
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    How to Deal with Debt Post-Divorce?

    Going through a divorce can be incredibly draining. It can affect you emotionally, psychologically, and financially. While the emotional and psychological healing can take a long time, one of the best ways to give yourself a fresh start following your divorce is to eliminate your financial debt as soon as possible. However, many couples undergoing […] More

  • Does Defaulting on Child Support Affect Your Credit?
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    Does Defaulting on Child Support Affect Your Credit?

    The United States treats the paying of child support extremely seriously. Defaulting on child support payments will harm your credit rating if you don’t comply with the instruction. Child support arrears that are unpaid for 180 days or longer will show up on your credit record. Making your payments on a timely basis is the […] More

  • Think Twice When Using Social Media during Family Law Matters
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    Think Twice When Using Social Media during Family Law Matters

    On any given day, most of us use at least use one of these social media platforms and messaging services. Whether it’s Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, or YouTube. Regarding family law, the development of social platforms has made it easier to get a wide range of evidence. Particularly in parental situations. Keep Divorce and […] More

  • Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families
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    Collaborative Divorce for High Net-Worth Families

    What Is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative divorce is a relatively new method of handling divorce in a cooperative and non-confrontational style. Making the process more amicable and allowing the couple to retain more wealth for themselves, their kids, and their charities. Divorce can get unpleasant and ugly very fast. Emotions are high, especially when involving children. […] More

  • Non-competition Clauses and Collaborative Divorce
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    Non-competition Clauses and Collaborative Divorce

    Divorce may be a tiring and perplexing experience. Divorces frequently include the use of court dates, attorneys, and a significant amount of time and money. If you and your spouse cannot agree on anything. Then you will need an attorney and a court to help you agree. On the other side, some people are able […] More

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