Posts filed under: Child Representative & Guardian ad Litem

From start to finish, a divorce can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to several years. That’s because the traditional divorce route includes:  Filing and serving a petition for dissolution of marriage Collecting and reviewing relevant financial information  Hearings...
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Summer is the perfect time for you and your loved ones to get together and enjoy that beautiful weather, especially when your children are on their summer break. When parents get divorced or separated, it is important to set guidelines...
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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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