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  • Parental Alienation Posted on by .

    Parental Alienation does happen.  It can happen to either Mom or Dad. Unfortunately, when parents separate whether married or not and minor children are involved sometimes one parent will act in a way that is not best for the child.  Sometimes, that parent will do things that will in fact constitute parental alienation.  With that

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  • The Real Cost of Divorce Posted on by .

    The Real Cost of Divorce   When faced with the life-changing decision of divorce, a deteriorating marriage, split assets and custody battles over children aren’t the only elements to consider. You may have wondered about the real cost of divorce. What is the real cost of divorce? The answer to that question is not absolute,

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  • Common Questions about Prenuptial Agreements Posted 0n by .

      Prenuptial and Post Nuptial Agreements If you are entering into a marriage or civil union, you may wish to consider getting a Prenuptial Agreement (also known as “Antenuptial Agreement”). Although these kinds of agreements can be frowned upon on a societal standpoint because they may be thought to encourage divorce, they are extremely useful

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  • How Social Media Impacts Your Divorce Posted on by .

    In the age of social media, any body can over share their personal and professional lives. Be careful on how social media impacts your divorce. Be cautious whether you post status updates on Facebook or tweets on Twitter, or job qualifications and experiences on professional sites like LinkedIn. Your spouse and his/her attorney will watch

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