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  • What to Do if Your Divorce Agreement No Longer Works for You
    What to Do if Your Divorce Agreement No Longer Works for You

    Life is ever-changing, ever-evolving and, to accommodate these changes, the family courts allow for post-divorce modifications as to child custody, child support and in some cases maintenance. If your ...

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  • Your 2020 Guide to Successful Parenting After Divorce
    Your 2020 Guide to Successful Parenting After Divorce

    After a divorce, co-parenting with your former spouse might seem like a tall order, particularly if you have a plethora of unresolved issues and wounded feelings. It is important to remember that your ...

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  • Checklist to Help You Decide: Is It Time to Separate?
    Checklist to Help You Decide: Is It Time to Separate?

    Only you can ultimately decide if divorce is the right choice for you. However, making this decision is anything but easy. You are probably concerned about giving up too quickly or not working hard ...

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  • What If My Ex Won’t Follow the Holiday Exchange Schedule?
    What If My Ex Won’t Follow the Holiday Exchange Schedule?

    When a parent ignores an established holiday exchange schedule, the other parent can take legal action. Keep a Record of Missed Visitation It’s important to record all evidence of denied visitation. ...

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  • Navigating the Holiday Season After a Divorce
    Navigating the Holiday Season After a Divorce

    Almost as soon as Halloween comes to an end, we are bombarded by a sea of Thanksgiving and Christmas ads. The holiday season is hectic for most people and even more challenging for divorced parents to ...

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  • Financial Documents You Should Collect Before Filing for Divorce
    Financial Documents You Should Collect Before Filing for Divorce

    Before you begin the process of filing for divorce there are some financial documents you must gather, which will make this challenging experience a little less difficult. No matter how amicable you ...

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