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February 2017
Co-parenting after divorce means splitting up, and not just for you and your spouse. Your kids will also be shuttled back and forth as they spend time with both of you. For you, this may be easy to adjust to. For the kids, though, it can be very upsetting. Some of the problems can stem...
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When you’re heading toward divorce, you’re probably tempted to ask friends and family members for advice. Maybe they’ve been through it already, while it’s brand new ground for you. You want to learn from their mistakes, find out what you should and shouldn’t do, and get the best possible outcome to your own divorce. It’s...
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Your marriage is going well and you don’t think you’ll get divorced soon, but you want to be prepared. You want to position yourself for the best possible outcome, especially when considering assets, debts and finances. What can you do? One option is to use a postnuptial agreement. It operates very similarly to a prenuptial...
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Typically, experts agree that it’s best to keep your children as far from a contentious post-divorce relationship as possible. Obviously, this doesn’t mean limiting their contact with you and your ex, but it means not putting them in the middle of any arguments and disagreements. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. In extreme cases, your ex...
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