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Alternatives to Divorce Litigation

When it comes to divorce, many people have a picture in mind of what to expect – generally a lengthy court battle that causes lots of stress and results in the loss of lots of money. Fortunately, for many people, this doesn’t have to be the case. There are alternatives to the drawn out divorces […]

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Tips For Managing Your Money During A Divorce

With the typical divorce costing as much as $20,000, it will be a financial burden to deal with before you even divide your shared assets. Thankfully, there are some steps you can take to manage your finances during a divorce. Consult With A Personal Financial Advisor For those that were never responsible with how your […]

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Understanding Alimony

A divorce can be very complicated between dissolving the legal marriage, separating assets, and determining child custody. For some couples, the discussion of alimony may be part of the divorce proceedings. Alimony, sometimes also called spousal support or spousal maintenance, is a set amount of money that one spouse must pay to the other spouse […]

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Is Your Spouse Having An Internet Affair?

Not all affairs begin in person; increasingly spouses are finding ways to cheat on their husbands or wives in front of their home computer. Meeting, chatting and then eventually connecting in person using the internet is surprisingly common and easy to accomplish – no need to hang out in seedy bars to have an affair. […]

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3 Ways To Make Your First Holiday Season As Divorced Parents Manageable

If you are approaching your first holiday season as divorced parents, you and your former spouse’s effort and attention should be focused on how to make the holiday season as manageable and pleasant as possible for your children. Here are three things that you can do to achieve that. #1 Keep Your Feelings About Your […]

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Understanding Use-and-Lose Laws for Underage Drivers

While drinking and driving at any age comes with serious consequences, the laws applied to underage drivers can have unique penalties. Zero-tolerance laws, for example, have a lower blood alcohol content threshold for minors (0.02 percent or lower). Other laws, dubbed use-and-lose laws, can have consequences for minors even if they aren’t behind the wheel […]

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Is It Time to Call in a Professional for Your Personal-Injury Case?

Many times, going through the at-fault party’s insurance company will result in a sufficient solution for an injury. Other times, however, circumstances seem to warrant more. If you are the victim of any of the below personal-injury situations, you may need to call in a professional. Read on to learn more about why more help […]

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Tips For After Your Motorcycle Accident

Filing a claim and receiving proper compensation after a motorcycle accident is often frustrating. It sometimes seems as if the other insurance company is working against you simply because you were riding a motorcycle. The following tips can help make your claim go more smoothly while also allowing you to avoid some common mistakes that […]

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2 Issues To Address When Filing For Child Custody

No one enters into a marriage with the intention of getting a divorce, but many couples find themselves battling emotional distance and differing ideologies as their marriage progresses. Ending the marriage might be a simple way to restore the individual happiness of each partner in a troubled marriage, but divorces can become complicated when there […]

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