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July 2015 Archives

What role do pets play in a divorce?

Imagine your typical family: a married couple with a child. The spouses get along just fine, and they love their child. For years and years, there are no issues with the couple's marriage. But then one day, the little fights and disagreements start to pile up. Soon, the two spouses are considering what their life would be like away from the other. Once that thought takes hold, the two spouses decide it is time to divorce.

How infidelity can lead to a poorly negotiated divorce settlement

If you follow the news at all, you may have heard about the hacking scandal involving the website Ashley Madison; a site which bills itself as a service catering to those looking to have an affair. For many Americans, news that the site had been hacked was less shocking than learning that such a site existed in the first place.

How can I protect my small business during divorce?

If you have started and now run your own business, you are fully aware of the kind of investment required to build something from the ground up. The investment isn't just financial. Most business owners put their hearts and souls into their work - not to mention blood, sweat and tears.

Re-finding your relationship - or not - through separation

It has been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. It has also been said that we sometimes cannot make sense of problems right in front of us because we are too close to them to gain accurate perspective. What do these two aphorisms have in common, and how do they relate to family law?

For yourself and for your kids, strive for co-parenting success

As we wrote in our post last week, divorce is often a lengthy and emotionally trying process. As such, it is tempting to think: "I'll be ok as soon as I sign those papers and finalize everything." For some people, this is a reasonable expectation. But if you have kids, divorce probably won't be the end of your relationship with your ex.

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