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  • Creating Consistent Rules for Your Children with Your Former Spouse
    Creating Consistent Rules for Your Children with Your Former Spouse

    Stability is an essential component for children and, after a divorce, it may feel like life is in a state of chaos. Uncertainty can make your children feel anxious about the future and ultimately ...

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  • What is Wasteful Dissipation of Marital Assets?
    What is Wasteful Dissipation of Marital Assets?

    Wasteful dissipation occurs when one spouse wastes or intentionally fails to protect marital assets. As simple as this may sound, proving wasteful dissipation of marital assets in court is actually a ...

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  • How Are Social Security Benefits Handled in a Divorce?
    How Are Social Security Benefits Handled in a Divorce?

    When a couple gets divorced , they must resolve issues concerning the division of marital property , spousal support, and in some cases, child custody and child support. Determining financial issues ...

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  • Child Custody & Visitation Issues for Holidays
    Child Custody & Visitation Issues for Holidays

    Child Custody & Visitation in General When a court is confronted with the task of determining a child custody arrangement between divorced parents, the law generally requires them to resolve the ...

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  • Important Tips for Protecting Your Credit During Divorce
    Important Tips for Protecting Your Credit During Divorce

    Divorce can be an expensive endeavor. Besides court and legal fees, divorcees can expect to face new financial obligations. As a result, a person’s credit is vulnerable during such stressful ...

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  • How Are Personal Injury Damages Divided in Divorces?
    How Are Personal Injury Damages Divided in Divorces?

    Equitable Distribution of Marital Assets Most states divide marital assets and liabilities according to the principles of “equitable distribution,” while other states use the “community property” ...

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