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Ways to Protect Your Children During a Divorce

There are many reasons that couples decide to end a marriage. Couples often feel several different and complex emotions about one another during the separation process. Some spouses realize that they have simply grown apart and now want different things. Other times, spouses love one another but do not wish to remain married. Other times, […]

Ways to Avoid Having Children Navigate the Court Process

It is recognized that resolving issues about parenting time, custody, or other parental rights has the potential to disrupt the lives of children. It is common for litigation of this kind to cause children experience depression, decreased self-esteem, and an increased risk of mental illness later on in life. Additionally, the stress and costs associated […]

What is the Best Visitation Schedule for Young Children?

Parents are full of concerns for their children, and with good cause. Many things can potentially harm your child. This is even truer when your child is still under the age of 2 and a half. This vital time in child development is when children form close bonds with their parents and realize that a […]

How Child Custody is Determined When Parents are Unmarried

Deciding to end a relationship is not easy. The numerous challenges that are known to arise afterward are not easy, either. This situation proves to be more difficult if the couple has a child together. While it is often easy to determine who should get a relative’s china or other small possessions, it can be […]

Divorcing an Abusive Spouse

Physical scars might heal, but the mental wounds of spousal abuse often last for much longer. Approximately four million people each year in the United States are directly harmed by domestic violence. A much larger number of people including children, family members, and employers also have their lives disrupted annually due to domestic violence. Statistics […]

How to Avoid Financial Challenges of Divorce

Divorce is difficult. In addition to the variety of emotions you experience as you navigate the process, divorce can also directly challenge your finances. If you do not enter into the divorce process with control of your emotions and an understanding of your financial situation, you might find that the divorce jeopardizes your financial future. 

Fortunately, […]

Relationship Between Divorce and Irrevocable Trusts

The division of marital and separate property between the spouses is one of the most time-consuming and complex parts of a divorce. Fortunately, it is possible to create an irrevocable trust before marriage to shield assets from the division process that occurs during a divorce. This option is available because many people encounter increased challenges […]

How Divorce can Impact Your Student Loan Debt

Divorce can force people to experience many difficult emotions. There is also the additional stress of  dividing all of your assets and debt. When student loan debt is concerned, you might be concerned about whether you will be required to pay it off by yourself or if your spouse will ultimately be deemed partially responsible […]

Ways to Co-Parent With a Troublesome Ex

Some parents understand that they should put compassion for their children above any feelings of hostility for one another. Not all parents do, though, which can lead to additional challenges. Even if you strongly dislike the other parent, it is still possible to co-parent happy and healthy children. The following will review some strategies you […]

Ways to Reduce the Costs Associated with Divorce

Relying on a lawyer for any type of matter can be costly. This includes divorce, too. Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take to reduce the ultimate financial cost of a divorce. The following will review several strategies that you can utilize to reduce the ultimate expense associated with your divorce.

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