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  • How Long Will Supervised Visitation Last?
    How Long Will Supervised Visitation Last?

    Supervised visitation allows a child and parent to maintain a relationship while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of that child is not jeopardized. Generally, supervised visitation is not designed to ...

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  • Establishing Consistent Routines for Kids After a Divorce
    Establishing Consistent Routines for Kids After a Divorce

    After a divorce , children may feel a lot of anxiety and fear, especially now that they will essentially be part of two separate households. Despite the fact that you and your former spouse are now ...

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  • Divorce Mistakes to Avoid
    Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

    Divorce is often a complex and emotionally charged legal process and, with tensions at an all-time high, it is easy for those involved to make unnecessary and costly mistakes. To avoid the delays and ...

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  • How to Tell Your Children About Your Divorce
    How to Tell Your Children About Your Divorce

    Divorce is a deeply emotional topic and, if you have children, explaining to them that you and their other parent will no longer be together will likely be extremely difficult. How you approach this ...

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  • Three Types of Assets Unique to High-Asset Divorces
    Three Types of Assets Unique to High-Asset Divorces

    When you and your spouse choose to pursue a divorce, you’ll need to equitably divide all of your marital property through the process known as “asset division” or “property division.” Through this ...

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  • Do You Really Want the House in the Divorce?
    Do You Really Want the House in the Divorce?

    The house is often one of the most controversial issues in a divorce , second only to concerns about child-care and custody. The house represents more than just a place to live, or a simple asset. It ...

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