The Consequences of Not Defending a Protective Order

During a divorce or child custody case, false allegations of violence are often made, resulting in a protective order. A restraining order turns your case into a criminal matter that requires proper defense. Without defense, there are far-reaching c...

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How Divorce Will Affect Your Stimulus Payment

In April, the US Treasury Department and IRS began distributing economic impact payments (stimulus payments) to families across the country due to COVID-19. Married couples should expect $2,400 if their adjusted gross income (AGI) is $150,000 or les...

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Child Custody Agreements and Summer Vacation Planning

Summer is the perfect time for a family vacation. Yet, as a divorced parent, how do you plan the perfect summer vacay around your child custody agreement? Here are a few necessary steps you should take. First Things First: Check Your Custody Agre...

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3 Things You Should Know About Social Media Before, During and After Your Divorce

In 2019, social media is just as popular as ever. Studies show that social media has 3.397 billion active users worldwide. That’s more than 42 percent of the world’s population. With such significant usage, it’s no wonder that social media has...

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