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Choosing Your Child’s School

BY IN Relocation

Many parents experience some litigation prior to the entry of a custody order; nearly all parents experience some disagreement about the terms of parenting time. Some parents even experienced the stress of a protracted custody trial. Contrary to these disputes, parents usually agree to joint legal custody, and when parents […]

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My Personal Thoughts on Parental Alienation

BY IN Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation cases: experts debate if it’s Parental Alienation, or an actual syndrome called Parental Alienation Syndrome; some experts want to avoid all alienation terminology and call it Hostile Aggressive Parenting, and in the past, some experts coined some of the alienation as Sexual Allegations in Divorce (SAID syndrome). It […]

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What You Need to Know When Dividing Your Business

BY IN Divorce

In a divorce all assets and debts are equitably divided. Equitably means fairly; most often, that means equally. When it comes to your cars with similar values, you each get to keep your car; not that difficult. When it comes to dividing a business, it gets complicated for a host […]

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Common Mistakes in Parental Alienation Cases

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Listening to Others Every Parental Alienation case has one thing in common: every case is different. Often the Alienator suffers from some type of narcissistic personality disorder; but, not always. Amy J. L. Baker describes in her book, ”adult children of parental alienation syndrome,” the prevalence of narcissism in alienating […]

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