Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

15th Feb 2019 Comments Off on Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

9 TIPS FOR HOW TO HANDLE TIMESHARING ISSUES WITH RESISTENT CHILDREN  So, you got the Final Judgment, and your case is finally OVER. You and your ex are ordered by […]

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Safety Checks

When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, personal injury needs to be on your list. Here are five easy things you can do in 2019, and all five can […]

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Business Succession Planning

Another important New Year’s resolution is proper succession planning. This may include selling your business interest for cash or other assets. You may want to pass the business to a trusted […]

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Asset Protection

When you visualize “asset protection” do you think about hiding money in your mattress? Maybe offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands? Or do you simply think it doesn’t apply to […]

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Formalize Your Family Law Needs

Another common area of procrastination is within family law. For divorced or separated couples, they may delay working out their custody arrangements or doing their separation agreement. For couples who […]

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One Legal Resolution a Week: Your Family’s Estate Plan

One Legal Resolution a Week: Your Family’s Estate Plan

11th Jan 2019 Comments Off on One Legal Resolution a Week: Your Family’s Estate Plan

No, estate planning is not just for people who are old or just for people who are extremely wealthy. Estate planning is for any person who has other people that […]

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New year means New Year’s resolutions!

Warning: More than half of all resolutions fail, but this year, they don’t have to be yours. If you’ve already slipped, you’re not alone.  I must admit to making my […]

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The Insurance Company Game Part II

The Insurance Company Game Part II

20th Dec 2018 Comments Off on The Insurance Company Game Part II

In part one of this series I discussed tactics the insurance company uses to limit the dollar amount of your claim and gave you moves you can make to increase […]

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The Insurance Company Game Part I

You’ve been with the same insurance company for several years and in some cases decades. You paid your premiums on time and have never filed a claim until your accident. […]

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Surviving the Holidays During and After Divorce

 As we approach the holiday season, it may appear that we all are fulfilled with holiday cheer.  However, for many, the holiday season can be tough and full of tension—especially […]

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