Child Support

Why Would a Parent Lose Primary Care of a Child?

Divorce is difficult, even under the best of circumstances when there are few difficult issues for the divorcing couple to resolve. Understandably then, it can be far more difficult when the parties have to resolve complex issues – particularly issues about their children. The determination of custody arrangement is one of the most emotional matters…

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Can I File a Personal Injury Claim if I Slip on Ice or Snow?

In many parts of the country, winter means snow, ice, and freezing rain – and often, plenty of it.  Those living in these areas understandably have an increased risk of slip and fall accidents during this season. Often, those who unfortunately find themselves involved in these types of accidents find themselves suddenly facing accumulating medical…

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Family law

How Is Military Retirement Divided in Divorce?

Divorce is difficult. That’s the simple truth of the matter. Certainly, taking two lives that have become entwined over the years and separating them will bring its share of heartache and stress. Divorce means not only the end of a relationship, however. It also means an end of sharing all of the property – tangible…

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Mistakes to Avoid Following a Car Accident

Being in a car accident can be an overwhelming, shocking, unsettling experience. It’s also true that car accidents are never something that we expect. They occur suddenly, and when they do, everything can feel as if it’s happening all at once. In that state of feeling overwhelmed and shocked, it can be difficult to know…

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What Divorcing Spouses Need to Know about Social Media

Thanks to continually growing and ever-evolving modern technology, we live in a world that is more connected today than ever. Increasingly, Americans are using social media through any number of platforms. It is estimated that, in any given minute of the day, about 347,222 people are scrolling through Instagram. 1.5 billion people are estimated to…

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How to Prepare Prior to Filing for Divorce

When most of us take the momentous walk down the aisle and say “I do,” we truly expect that our marriages will last forever – and in some cases, they do. In other cases, however, even despite our best efforts, marriage doesn’t work out as we had hoped and we find ourselves facing divorce. If…

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How Does Divorce Affect Estate Planning?

Without question, divorce is difficult, even in the best of circumstances. Taking two lives that have become intertwined with one another and separating them is never easy. Certainly, there is emotional stress involved, and in many cases, financial stress can be involved as well. While a certain amount of emotional and financial stress is unavoidable,…

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