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  • Family Law Litigation: What to Expect in a Trial
    Family Law Litigation: What to Expect in a Trial

    In matters involving divorce or family law , including child custody and parenting time, spouses are encouraged to communicate, compromise, and reach workable agreements outside of the courtroom. ...

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  • Divorce & Parenting Plans: 4 Tips to Create Workable Agreements
    Divorce & Parenting Plans: 4 Tips to Create Workable Agreements

    Parents with minor children will face a number of important decisions as they navigate the divorce process. Although working together, striking compromise, and reaching a workable agreement over child ...

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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 process or for families that have recently grown ...

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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 actually the unofficial start of the holiday ...

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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 important part of parenthood. By law, parents have an ...

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  • How to Prevent International Parental Child Abduction
    How to Prevent International Parental Child Abduction

    International parental child abduction occurs when a parent takes their child out of the country without properly notifying the other parent to gain full approval. It often follows a divorce or ...

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