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When Addiction Leads to Divorce

There are myriad reasons why people divorce. Maybe one spouse – or both – cheats. Perhaps the couple grows apart due to demanding careers. Money management may be an issue. They may discover they have wildly different views on religion, politics, or children – including whether or not to have any offspring and how to…

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Can a Coparent Stop the Kids from Playing Sports?

Most parents are their children’s biggest cheerleaders, supporting their kids from the stands or the sidelines.  However, for divorced parents, getting their children to the games is not always so simple. Often, there are disagreements regarding youth sports and activities which usually focus on who will pay and how. In some cases, however, the disagreement…

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The Debate Over Equal Parenting Time Presumptions

The standard parenting agreement, even one where parents have technical joint custody, often ends with one parent carrying a greater share of the emotional, logistical, and physical responsibilities. That parent is usually the primary residential parent – the one who must plan meals and handle laundry, and ensure the children make it to school most…

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Dealing with Debts in Your Divorce

When a couple divorces, both parties are often more focused on the division of their assets and properties than they are on the division of their debts. However, the ways marital debts are divided could have a long-term impact on a person’s future plans for retirement, business ownership, educating children, and more. A high-level view…

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