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Dealing With Social Security Benefits After Divorce

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Getting divorced can be an emotionally taxing experience that raises a number of complicated life questions. It can also come with a wide range of financial issues, often including how property will be divided and whether one spouse will pay the other alimony or child support. One common financial planning […]

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What’s an Ex-Parte Motion or Order?

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If you are reading this, you may have just been served with documents that included the words “ex parte”.  It may have been a motion, a petition, or an order.  You probably received the document from a process server, and that signaled to you that this was pretty serious (and […]

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How Mental Illness Can Affect a Child Custody Decision

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When a parent fails or refuses to seek treatment when they struggle with mental illness, a divorce or child custody dispute sometimes becomes inevitable.  Unfortunately, after struggling as a family unit, child custody litigation tends to be a struggle as well.  We’ve outlined some of the difficulties. Lack of Preparation. […]

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