Month

November 2016
As the holidays arrive, you may be trying to figure out how you and your ex can work together to put your kids first. Remember, their happiness is the most important thing to focus on, even if that doesn’t mean the plans line up exactly with what you want. The best thing to do is...
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If you’re surprised by the divorce rate, you may be thinking that people always have big, dramatic reasons to get divorced. Perhaps one spouse was unfaithful, for example, or got involved in criminal activity. Maybe there are issues with money that stem from the loss of a job or an expensive addiction. While these reasons...
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While it is a short question, the answer regarding whether you are ready to divorce is undoubtedly complicated. It isn’t just a legal decision. It is an emotional decision for many people. It is a decision the impacts your kids. It is a decision that significantly impacts your finances. Jeff Landers is a financial advisor...
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The men and women who serve our country deserve to have their rights protected just as they protect our rights. This is true in all legal matters, even personal ones like divorce. If you are in the military and are heading toward a divorce, we can help you learn about the unique points of these...
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For some, “the most wonderful time of the year” is just right around the corner. For those whose families have been changed by divorce, however, the holidays can present an emotionally complex time of year, especially for men and women who have children. Maybe you were divorced years ago. If it has been some time...
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In a recent blog post, we discussed a specific family law case involving child custody and religion. We said that we would take on the matter more generally, since we understand religion can become a common matter of concern in divorce cases. Say, for example, a difference in religion and beliefs was a major cause...
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We live a life wherein society likes to label things, including our generations. Maybe you are a Baby Boomer. Are you a Generation Xer? You might be a Millennial. Depending on the generation in which you are classified, researchers have found that family law trends differ. A recent study into prenuptial agreements found a trend...
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