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No one can claim that divorce is an easy experience that has no effect on children. However, the other extreme has been promoted for years, that divorce is devastating and has lifelong negative consequences. It turns out that this conventional thought may be just as extreme and inaccurate. Separating myth from reality In a recent…

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Prenuptial agreements are intended to protect a person from losing a disproportionate amount of wealth to a spouse in a divorce. They can also be used to provide other protection and make the divorce process proceed more smoothly when numerous assets are involved. Once seen as a symbol of distrust between engaged couples, prenuptial agreements…

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Collaborative law is often the best alternative for spouses who have chosen to end their marriage without acrimony on either side. If you and your future ex-spouse are ready, willing and able to face each other and talk through even the most difficult issues, such as child custody and division of marital assets, then this…

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Divorce law, like other forms of law, does not remain stagnant. Over time, legislation is proposed that changes how divorce and its related issues —child support, visitation, asset division and such —should be handled. If you are considering a divorce, it is important that you and your attorney stay abreast of these changes. A change…

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If you are going through a divorce, you may hear the term pendente lite used in relation to your case. Pendente lite (Latin for awaiting the litigation) applies to motions for court orders, which would remain in effect temporarily. The intended purpose is to maintain your and your children’s pre-divorce living situation and standard of…

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If you are searching for an attorney to represent you in your divorce, you may be overwhelmed by choices and tempted to choose someone without doing enough research. However, before you select the wrong counsel and suffer the consequences of inadequate representation, review the following tips: Talk to someone you trust. Divorce is a common…

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When the custodial parent of a child wishes to relocate, many factors must be considered by the court to determine if the move is in the best interests of the child. Moving a child to a new state or city can change his or her relationship with the non-custodial parent, aunts, uncles, other extended family…

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Regardless of whether you are facing or initiating a divorce proceeding, you want to know how long your case will take and when you will be able to move on with your life. However, as any divorce lawyer can explain to you, the time it takes to finalize a divorce varies on a case-by-case basis.…

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Whether your marriage has come to end suddenly or over the course of many years, the smartest decision you can make is to hire a skilled attorney. However, divorce is an emotionally trying event, and as such, knowing which lawyer is right for you can sometimes be difficult. Even if you and your spouse are…

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