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How to Create a Trust for Children With Substance Abuse Problems

According to 2021 data put out by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), roughly 16.5% of those over the age of 12 meet the criteria for having a substance abuse disorder, and this is highest among young adults aged 18 to 25.

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Estate Planning and Dementia: What You Should Consider

According to the World Health Organization, about 10 million people worldwide are diagnosed with dementia each year. If you have a family member who suffers from dementia, you might be worried about how to manage their estate plan.

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Second Marriage and Estate Planning

When someone gets remarried following a divorce or the death of their previous spouse, it is common for them to also look into updating their estate plan or creating a new one for their new marriage. Estate planning involving a second marriage can involve its own set of unique complications, however.

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The Rights of Stepparents in Divorce

Today, many modern families in the U.S. are blended comprising a stepparent, half-sibling, or step-sibling. According to a recent study by Pew Research Center, about 40% of families in the United States are blended.

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Can I Forbid My Ex From Bringing Their New Partner Around Our Child?

In the case of divorce or separation, co-parenting can sometimes become a contentious issue. While most couples can sort things out amicably, disputes can arise when one parent introduces a new partner to the children.

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Is It Possible to Relocate With Children After the Divorce?

Divorce brings about significant changes in a family’s dynamic. One of the biggest changes is relocation following divorce. Moving with children after a divorce can get tricky, depending on the specific circumstances of each case.

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What to Do if You Suspect Your Ex Is Putting Your Child At Risk

The reasons why couples divorce are endless. Once they choose that path, they begin the arduous task of separating their lives and dividing them in two. The most emotional parts of the process are those matters involving their minor children. Parents want to spare them as much turmoil and pain as possible.

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Understanding Asset Division in Pennsylvania

A couple going their separate ways by dissolving their marriage must clear a few hurdles before they can. That begins with untangling the assets and debts they came into the marriage with and those they accumulated during the marriage. There are also some that fall somewhere between.

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The Differences Between Guardianship and Adoption in Pennsylvania

Becoming a person’s legal guardian is a major decision. Similarly, adopting a child or an adult can significantly change your life. Therefore, if you’re a prospective parent or guardian, you should understand the nuances of each legal term to make informed decisions about the future of their families.

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Dispelling Adoption Myths

Because adoption is a complex and unique process, it’s easy to allow the internet and grapevine myths to shape knowledge and understanding. Here are a few common misconceptions that can lead to a false understanding of the adoption process.

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