3 Tips For Ending A Marriage With Less Stress

30 November 2017
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One thing you may need to do at some point in life is to get a divorce. This can be a challenging time for any person, and there are numerous things you will have to go through. It's common for many states to require that you're separated for a certain amount of time before the divorce will be final. It's ideal to know specific tips that can be helpful if your marriage is ending to help you have less stress. Read More 

Gain Parental Rights As A Step-Parent With Adoption

7 August 2017
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When you and your partner decided to get married, you made a promise to join your two families together. In terms of symbolism, this means that your partner's children are now your own, as you are their step-parent. However, in the legal realm, simply being the spouse of the biological parent does not automatically give you the title of parent and all the rights that come along with it. What Step-Parents Can't Do Read More 

3 Legal Tips To Help You Avoid Getting Duped In Your Own Divorce

23 June 2017
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When people get divorced, it isn't uncommon for one spouse to get completely shattered by the other. And, more often than not, that one spouse doesn't even see it coming. With that being said, here are three legal tips that will help you feel more in control of things in your life as well as in your divorce, if it comes to that: Tip #1: Take Charge of Your Finances. Read More 

Choosing What’s Best for the Kids: 4 Steps to Effective Co-Parenting

5 June 2017
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If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, and you've opted to strive towards co-parenting, it's going to take commitment from both of you. For co-parenting to be truly effective, the needs of your children must come first. When both parents work together, children can thrive. Here are four steps you and your spouse can take to ensure effective co-parenting during and after the divorce. Mark the Calendar Read More 

Mortgages And Divorce: Consider Your Options

22 May 2017
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If you're going through a divorce and own a home with your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is what to do with the mortgage. This can be further complicated if you have children and don't want to uproot them from their childhood home. Ultimately, there are a few options worth exploring, but you should be sure to speak with a divorce lawyer to determine which is best for your needs and finances. Read More