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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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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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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Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

8th Oct 2018 Comments Off on Social Security and Ex-Spouse Benefits for Divorced Spouses

Just like during tax season, it’s good to have all the information you need early so you can prepare. If you are divorced, but your marriage lasted 10 years or […]

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It’s Summertime. What About Traveling with the Kids Post-Divorce?

Taking family trips should always be fun and memorable, but what happens after your divorce takes place? These trips should still be enjoyable. Families benefit when the parents work out […]

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The Tax Code is Changing….How Does that Affect My Alimony?

We can imagine the concern everyone is having with a changing tax code, especially those who pay and receive alimony. The Alimony deduction rule has changed and depending who you […]

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Alimony After Divorce

There are occasions after a divorce decree has been issued and the marriage is severed, that one of the spouses finds they are in need of spousal support.  These occasions […]

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Five Ways to Survive 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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