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Adoptions - Click here to view all posts
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  • Private and Public Adoption Agencies
    There are a variety of different adoption options for men and women that are hoping to bring another child into their family. It is important that you understand the different adoption processes so ...
Appeals - Click here to view all posts
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  • Appealing a Divorce Case: What You Should Know
    If you or your spouse is not happy with the result of a divorce, then you have the right to appeal settlement in hopes of achieving more favorable circumstances. It is important to remember that an ...
Child Custody - Click here to view all posts
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  • Understanding the Difference Between Joint and Shared Child Custody
    Filing for a divorce is a huge decision to make, one that affects the rest of your life. In the event there are children involved, spouses are going to have to determine an effective method for child ...
  • Alcoholics and Child Custody
    If you are struggling with an addiction to alcohol or are considered an alcohol abuser, this will directly your ability to get custody of your children in the event of a divorce. Chances are that your ...
Divorce - Click here to view all posts
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  • Pros and Cons of Mediation
    Can you divorce via mediation? Mediation is the process of using a third party to act as a neutral buffer between two divorcing spouses so they may reach a favorable agreement regarding the terms of ...
  • Grounds for Annulment
    An annulment is a court procedure that dissolves a marriage and makes it as if the marriage never happens. All things revert back to how they were post-marriage. A divorce is a process which dissolves ...
  • Recovering Missed Holiday Time in Custody Orders
    When you created your child custody order, chances are that you took holidays into account. If you are a joint custodian of the children, or if you receive regular visitation with your children, then ...
Family Law - Click here to view all posts
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  • Pros and Cons of Mediation
    Can you divorce via mediation? Mediation is the process of using a third party to act as a neutral buffer between two divorcing spouses so they may reach a favorable agreement regarding the terms of ...
  • Planning Ahead for the Future: Prenuptial Agreements
    Choosing to tie the knot with the man or woman you love can be an exciting season to experience; however, making plans for the possibility of a divorce in the future isn't a bad idea either. The ...
  • Understanding the Difference Between Joint and Shared Child Custody
    Filing for a divorce is a huge decision to make, one that affects the rest of your life. In the event there are children involved, spouses are going to have to determine an effective method for child ...
Mediation - Click here to view all posts
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  • Pros and Cons of Mediation
    Can you divorce via mediation? Mediation is the process of using a third party to act as a neutral buffer between two divorcing spouses so they may reach a favorable agreement regarding the terms of ...
Prenuptial Aggreements - Click here to view all posts
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Property Division - Click here to view all posts
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  • Divorce Makes the Home a Battleground
    According to a recent video by the Wall Street Journal online divorce can cause a lot of dissension in a home and the battle for the home may be almost as serious. According to Mansion, having an ...
  • Are Country Club Memberships Divisible Property?
    Country club memberships can cost an exorbitant amount of money, but if they belong to one spouse in a marriage then are they considered divisible property? According to divorce source, they certainly ...
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