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  • Can a Child Choose Not to Visit a Parent?
    Can a Child Choose Not to Visit a Parent?

    Can a Child Refuse Visitation With Non Custodial Parent? Co-parenting with a former spouse might seem like an unending challenge and if your children are refusing to visit their other parent, this can ...

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  • Why You Should Not Use an Online Divorce Service
    Why You Should Not Use an Online Divorce Service

    The internet plays a substantial role in our lives. Many of us pay our bills online, manage investment accounts, and even pay our rent all with the click of a button. With such a heavy reliance on the ...

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  • How to Peacefully Navigate the Holidays After a Divorce
    How to Peacefully Navigate the Holidays After a Divorce

    Getting through the holidays after a divorce might seem like an impossible task, especially given the hectic nature of this very busy season. However, with a little cooperation and compromise, you and ...

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  • What Can I Do if My Spouse Wastefully Dissipated Assets?
    What Can I Do if My Spouse Wastefully Dissipated Assets?

    The divorce process can sometimes bring out the worst in people and, in some cases, a spouse might waste marital assets in anticipation of a split as a form of revenge. If you believe your spouse ...

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  • 4 Tips for Sharing Halloween with Your Co-Parent
    4 Tips for Sharing Halloween with Your Co-Parent

    Unlike Thanksgiving, Halloween might not have been among the list of holidays you and your former spouse fought over during your divorce, so if this spooky holiday was not addressed in your parenting ...

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  • Can Infidelity Impact the Outcome of My Divorce?
    Can Infidelity Impact the Outcome of My Divorce?

    Historically, adultery is one of the most common grounds for divorce and, although it is seldom pursued, it is still technically a crime in some states. Of course, in contemporary society, adultery ...

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