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How will Divorce Affect your Teen?

There are many considerations that weigh into the decision of pursuing a divorce, with one of the most important being how it will affect the children involved. There’s no debating that children will be affected, but when considering teens, the impact can be quite significant. Why are teens impacted so dramatically by divorce? It’s possible Read More

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Recently Divorced? Review your Beneficiaries.

During a divorce, there are so many details that need addressing that relate to the ins and outs of dissolving a marriage. Unless you would still like to leave your life savings to your ex, this is also a good time to revisit any estate planning that you’ve put in place.  Oftentimes, beneficiaries are chosen Read More

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Welcome to Divorce Season. Is it Post Holiday Stress or Something More Serious?

The holidays are over, and with the quiet solitude of winter, reality sets in.  Perhaps the bills from an especially generous holiday season are causing arguments, or the inability to be outside as often has caused irritability. In some cases, the reality that you just really aren’t as compatible with your spouse as you once Read More

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Considering Divorce? What Happens to the Business?

There comes a time when divorce becomes more common to your thinking than staying together. For additional thoughts on how to know if divorce is the right option for you, read my blog on the Five Signs That it’s Time to Contact a Divorce Attorney. If you’ve come to terms with the fact that divorce Read More

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Heading Off To College – Managing Your Child’s Transition

Congratulations! Your child has been accepted to college. Whether your student will live on campus or commute, you are both about to embark on a new chapter of your lives together. The transition from teenager to independent adult can be very difficult for everyone. Add in a shared custody arrangement and this time can quickly Read More

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Shared Property: Working Together to Sell a Home

You’ve made the decision to sell your home. Now what? There are so many steps to consider including those involving the actual sale of your home. Divorce is a time filled with many decisions, which can be overwhelming.  Finding an agent to assist with these details is a great idea, as doing so will take Read More

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The Top 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Handle Your Own Divorce

You painted your kitchen, built a patio and filed your own taxes. In the age of do-it-yourself services, it’s tempting to feel like filing your own divorce papers should be considered. Following are the top reasons why you should think again: Emotions. It seems pretty straightforward, right? You’re both in agreement that divorce is the Read More

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How Unemployment Affects Spouses Ability to Pay Alimony

In certain divorce situations, a judge may assign one spouse or another to pay alimony to the other spouse in order to help that person get back on their feet financially. It is important to realize that there are many factors involved in this arrangement, making it especially important for the spouse receiving alimony to Read More

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Deadbeat Parents

Deadbeat parent. What is that exactly? It’s a term used frequently when people discuss an ex-spouse who doesn’t pay any money to help support the needs of the child. The exact definition of a deadbeat parent is a man or woman who has fathered or mothered a child and fails to pay child support that’s Read More

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Divorce and the Stay-at-Home Dad

Stay-at-home dads, once an anomaly, has now become practically a cultural norm. Yahoo recently published a survey about the rising phenomenon of dads who stay at home with their children while their wives or partners are the primary “bread winners.” In that Yahoo survey there was interesting trend to be seen—while 23 percent of stay-at-home Read More

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