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To Prenup or Not to Prenup?
The bride-to-be's perspective on the benefits of premarital agreements is one that is not often heard. Family Law Attorney, Lauren Blaine discusses common misconceptions and questions asked about prenuptial agreements.
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Paying for Summer Camps through Child Support
It's that time of year when parents start making summer camp plans for their children. Who is responsible for payment and how is it determined by the courts? These questions and more are discussed by managing partner, Greg Hatcher.
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Dealing with Accusatory Communications from your Co-Parent
Commonly clients will ask advice about how to respond to accusatory communications from his or her co-parent. Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Courtney H. Smith offers tips regarding this topic.
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Retirement Planning During Divorce
When dividing assets during a separation, retirement accounts may not seem the most appealing. However, retirement accounts can be a formidable asset. Managing Partner, Greg Hatcher explains why these assets may ultimately be more valuable in the long run.
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Navigating Issues Related to Equitable Distribution
Do you have questions about the value of your marital estate or even what is considered marital property? Read the blog for more details on equitable distribution from board certified family law specialist, Paul DeJesse Jr.
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Who Has The Right to Claim the Children for Tax Deduction Purposes?
Tax season is approaching and questions often come up about which parent has the right to claim the children. The decision can have a significant impact on a parent's income so it is important to know the options.
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How to Survive Valentine’s Day During a Separation or Divorce
Holidays, especially ones focused on love, can often be difficult to survive as you are going through a divorce. Read attorney Amanda Wright's tips on how to make it through Valentine's Day if you are going through a separation or divorce.
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Do you have questions about civil contempt? Are you curious about your options if the other party does not follow a valid Court Order? Read more details on civil contempt from family law attorney, Kyle W. LeBlanc.
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The Value of a Financial Neutral (From a Collaborative Lawyer’s Perspective)
During the collaborative process, if your attorney suggests you consider bringing on a financial neutral, hear him or her out because it may prove very helpful in your case. Read more about the benefits of a financial neutral.
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Collaborative Law: Why Do I Have to Produce All These Documents?
Don't be overwhelmed by the number of documents that need to be gathered for the collaborative law process. There are a number of reasons why the documents are essential to the process.
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