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As published by 201 Magazine on December 2017
As published by 201 Magazine on December 2017

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Three Ways To Change  A Parenting Plan As Kids Get Older: What Types Of Activities Are Appropriate
Three Ways To Change A Parenting Plan As Kids Get Older: What Types Of Activities Are Appropriate

When a couple gets divorced the Court puts certain guidelines in place for things like property distribution, division of debt, child custody, and vis...

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Three Reasons Why You Should Have Already Made A Prenuptial Agreement
Three Reasons Why You Should Have Already Made A Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements tend to have a negative reputation among those soon to be wed. Many people are led to believe that if you want to make a prenup...

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3 Tips to Cope with Divorce During Thanksgiving
3 Tips to Cope with Divorce During Thanksgiving

For most people, the Thanksgiving holiday is a time to be with family and to give thanks. Unfortunately, for individuals moving through the divorce ...

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Factors Divorced Parents Should Consider Prior to Halloween
Factors Divorced Parents Should Consider Prior to Halloween

As many already know, the end of the year is busy with holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, many individuals forget that Halloween is...

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How to Create a Workable Child Visitation Schedule
How to Create a Workable Child Visitation Schedule

Coming up with a child visitation schedule that works for both parties is rarely an easy task in divorce cases. Parents are busy with work, family, ...

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How Parental College Contributions Affect Child Support
How Parental College Contributions Affect Child Support

Helping your child attend college and receive an education that can aid them in becoming productive and contributing members to society is an importan...

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How to Enforce a Child Support Order in New Jersey
How to Enforce a Child Support Order in New Jersey

Financial support of a child is the responsibility of both parents, whether married or divorced. If the parents are divorced, however, the judge will ...

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Types of Alimony in a New Jersey Divorce
Types of Alimony in a New Jersey Divorce

In New Jersey, there are several forms of alimony. These different types are usually awarded under different circumstances. New Jersey divorce courts ...

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