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  • What Should a Proper Marital Settlement Agreement Cover?
    What Should a Proper Marital Settlement Agreement Cover?

    Divorce cases are as unique as the parties involved in them. Some cases can involve years of negotiation, while others may last no longer than five or six months. Ultimately, many divorce cases result ...

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  • Getting Your Visitation Schedule Ready for Summer Vacation
    Getting Your Visitation Schedule Ready for Summer Vacation

    Now that summer is here, many families go on vacations or travel long distances together. For divorced parents, making plans for summer sometimes means their child custody agreement or visitation ...

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  • How to Prepare Yourself for Divorce
    How to Prepare Yourself for Divorce

    When your marriage begins to fall apart and divorce is likely on the horizon, it is important to prepare yourself for the many challenges you will have to face. While these challenges can be ...

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  • Common Mistakes People Make During Their Child Custody Battle
    Common Mistakes People Make During Their Child Custody Battle

    When you are going through a difficult child custody battle, it can be easy to let yourself get caught up watching to see if your ex-spouse makes any mistakes. But what about you? Many people are ...

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  • Third-Party Custody and Visitation Rights: Navigating the Minefield of Legal Standards
    Third-Party Custody and Visitation Rights: Navigating the Minefield of Legal Standards

    I have experienced an increasing number of clients involved in third-party custody and visitation disputes pitting parents against non-parents. These third party “non-parents” are often grandparents, ...

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  • Questions to Consider before Hiring a Child Custody Attorney
    Questions to Consider before Hiring a Child Custody Attorney

    When it comes to your children, there is no greater priority in life and you always want to be sure you are making the right decisions for them. If you are currently involved in a custody battle, you ...

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