Worried about the Family Pets in Your Divorce?

Most family courts across the country operate with the assumption that both parents should play a role in their children’s lives after a divorce. That is not the case when it comes to family pets. If you don’t get custody of the cat, dog or oth...

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Divorce,Pet Custody

The Right Attitude Towards Co-Parenting

Divorce is not generally a sign of a successful relationship. The end of a marriage is often accompanied by anger, disgust, betrayal, and sadness. The strong emotions that come with divorce can make the thought of co-parenting almost into...

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Child Custody,Custody

What is the impact of student debt in divorce?

For many people, student loans have overtaken mortgages as the largest financial burden of their lives. Six-figure debt is not unusual. When it comes to marriage and divorce, it is important to consider the impact of student debt. Timing ...

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