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Unusual Divorce Plans That Need Dividing

Many divorce assets are easy and obvious to divide, but you may encounter some assets that are actually quite difficult to divide. When you run into these situations, you need to be prepared and have ...
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January is Divorce Month

January is considered divorce month, meaning that it is the month where individuals file the most divorces throughout the United States. There are many factors that may affect the decision to file for ...
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Christmas Restraining Order Enforcement

During the holidays, lonely ex-spouses may choose to head back to their ex's home to be a part of the Christmas festivities. If you believe that your ex is a threat, or would strongly prefer that ...
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Can Gift Giving Be Parental Alienation?

Parents that purposefully compete with an ex-spouse in buying the best presents for the children may be participating in an illegal activity called parental alienation. The courts will typically value ...
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Taking Steps to a Painless Divorce

Are you preparing for a divorce? There are ways to make your divorce more amicable and less painful. First of all, you can do this by being proactive during your divorce and taking responsibility. You ...
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Why January is Divorce Month

As the holidays approach, it may seem almost impossible to ruin the children's mood with the announcement of an impending divorce. That is why so many couples stick it out during the holidays and ...
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Landmark Property Division Case Concerns Couple's Dog

A miniature dachshund named Joey has been getting a lot of news coverage lately after the pup became the center of a matrimonial pet custody case. This case is taking place in New York City, but it ...
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What to do with your House During a Divorce

Are you getting a divorce? Have you already made provisions for the marital home? Splitting property in your case may be one of the most complicated ordeals that you will face when you are trying to ...
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Do You Need to Reduce Your Child Support?

Do you need to reduce your child support? If so, then you will need to take a series of steps in order to accomplish this goal. First of all, you will need to locate your original court case number ...
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The Four Types of California Child Custody

Are you trying to negotiate a custody plan for your children post-divorce? If so, there are four major plans that lawyers and courts tend to use when making this arrangement. Two of the plans have to ...
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Traveling for the Holidays During Divorce

During the holiday season, many individuals enjoy travelling to see family and friends in different states. If you have been planning a trip to another state, but are currently in the midst of a ...
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Thanksgiving Weekend Custody

Thanksgiving is considered a major holiday, which means that it was probably discussed in your holiday custody plans during your divorce. If your ex-spouse has not honored that custody plan and is ...
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Father's Rights: Errors to Avoid

If you are a father seeking custody of your children, then there are a variety of situations that you are going to want to avoid. First of all, you are going to want to be cautious about out-spending ...
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Saturday is National Adoption Day!

November 23 rd is considered National Adoption Day. This is a day to raise awareness for the 100,000 children in the American foster care system who are currently waiting to be placed in a home. ...
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How Does Divorce Affect Social Security Benefits?

According to the U.S. government, divorced spouses have the right to collect a Social Security retirement benefits on the work record of an ex-husband or ex-wife if the divorce spouse is over the age ...
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Who Gets the Family Dog?

A family dog can be more than just a pet, it can seem like an actual part of the family. Therefore, when a married couple files for divorce, it may be legitimate to worry about who will get the ...
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Three Holiday Custody Plans to Help You Plan for Christmastime

Department stores have started hanging their décor and some coffee shops are even playing the sultry tunes of classic Christmas music. If you are a divorce parent, then these hints that ...
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Who Has the Kids on Thanksgiving?

Have you established a holiday schedule for your children? If so, then you need to make sure that you adhere to that holiday by allowing you and your ex-spouse to have custody of the children on the ...
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Emotional Affairs a Cause for Divorce

Physical affairs naturally cause divorces, but so can emotional affairs. In some cases, emotional affairs can result in serious emotional situations and eventually even lead to depression and the ...
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Visitation and Child Support as Separate Issues

Some parents assume that if they visit their children post-divorce, they will be obligated to pay child support. Others assume that if they are allowing their child to visit with their ex-spouse, that ...
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Save Your Retirement Despite Divorce

The National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University in Ohio has determined that the divorce rate doubled for people over the age of 50 between the years 1990 and ...
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Pew Research Center Determines Divorce is Contagious

A recent report shows that if a family member or close friend divorces, it drastically influences that possibility that you will divorce as well. A research team at Brown University discovered the ...
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New Survey Links Credit Card Spending and Divorce

According to recent reports, the credit card spending that you may have been doing secretly behind your spouse's back could have a devastating effect on your marriage. Moneysupermarket.com reports ...
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California Court Rules that Spanking Is Not Domestic Abuse

According to a California court, it is not considered domestic abuse to spank a child with a wooden spoon for misbehaving. This court ruling was announced recently after a case concerning a San Jose ...
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Divorce When Both Parties Want to Sell the Home

If both you and your spouse want to sell your home and split the profits, you will need to conduct this action in a legal and fair manner. This is a relatively straightforward process. Essentially, ...
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