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How COVID-19 Legislation Can Affect Your Divorce and Child Support Case

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted virtually every aspect of life. If you and your ex-spouse had settled into a co-parenting pattern that works well for your family, the pandemic has placed new challenges in front of it.

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You and Your Ex Should Formalize a Parenting Plan, Even If You Were Never Legally Married

If you and your partner have a child together, you are a family, whether or not you are legally married. Your partner’s parents are your child’s grandparents. There is a third person who shares all the things you and your partner have in common.

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Tips for Working with Your Divorce Lawyer During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Going through a divorce can make you feel like you are all alone in the world, and if you are separated from your spouse, then social distancing to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 can be doubly isolating.

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Co-Parenting After Divorce Can Mean Forming New Holiday Family Traditions

What is the best part of Christmas? If you answered, “the gift exchange on the morning of December 23rd,” then you must be sharing parenting time with your ex-spouse. Likewise, you might think that the best part of Thanksgiving weekend is making Advent calendars with your children on Sunday evening.

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How Will Your Divorce Affect Your Children’s Financial Aid Eligibility for College?

When you decide to divorce, one of the issues that occupies your mind is how your divorce will affect your children in the short term or long term. Will they be angry that you broke up the family they have known all their lives?

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When Parents Divorce After Borrowing Money for Their Children’s College Education

In recent decades, an increasing number of well-compensated professions require their practitioners to have university degrees, but at the same time, the cost of a university education has risen exponentially. Many young adults find student debt casting a long shadow over their futures.

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If Your Spouse Is Being Dishonest About Money, Talk to a Lawyer Long Before You Decide to Divorce

It hurts when you find out your spouse has been lying to you, but it is even worse when you find out that your spouse has lost money that you spent years earning, especially if years went by before you found out how badly your spouse’s behavior affected your financial situation.

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High Asset Divorce: How the Other Half Divorces

Fuel for daydreams about what one would do if one were rich is a multi-billion dollar industry. From lifestyle magazines to reality TV shows to celebrity social media influencers to tours of stately homes once owned by people whose main historic importance lies in the fact that they were rich, the 99 percent have a clear picture of what the one percent do with all that money.

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