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Before getting married, you and your fiancé may discuss the need for a Prenuptial Agreement. This can be a great tool for protecting yourselves, your families, and your assets. While you and your partner may easily collaborate on what to...
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Affairs are a hot topic in a divorce firm, and we field questions every week on how it can impact your divorce case. An affair can cause a wide range of negative emotions for one or both parties within a...
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Establishing a holiday parenting schedule will ensure that both parents can make memories with their children, and that children can have a fun and drama-free holiday. In this vlog, our Associate Attorney, Cassandra Perrino, talks through the options available for...
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The holidays are always a special time of the year, but they can also be tough on divorced or separated families. In a divorce or parentage proceeding, it is important to establish both a regular and holiday parenting time schedule....
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Divorce matters can take many paths, ranging from completely uncontested to full-blown litigation. If your case is being set for trial, it is because you have been unable to reach a settlement on at least some of the terms of...
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When parents are going through a divorce — or when they are not married but share a child and are engaged in a dispute over custody (now known as allocation of parental responsibilities) — the wellbeing and best interests of...
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It is no secret that divorce can be a stressful and exhausting experience. As a stay-at-home parent, the thought of going through divorce may seem even more daunting. Many stay-at-home parents have given up their own careers to help further...
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When submitting an offer to purchase a home, many buyers are, understandably, excited and nervous. When entering into a contract as a buyer, it’s important to be aware of and understand the terms of the contract and your obligations. Most...
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Divorce and custody proceedings, now known as “Allocation of Parental Responsibility” present a range of unfamiliar challenges and emotional stressors for all involved parties. At times, it can be easy to let this emotional investment overwhelm a more collected sense...
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The division of assets in a divorce is often one of the most contested and emotional issues. Assets can range anywhere from bank accounts to real estate. The assets acquired during the marriage are considered marital property and subject to...
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