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Our entire way of living has drastically changed since last year. We’ve learned new terms, like “social distancing” and “quarantine.” We’re used to going out with our masks, gotten comfortable with videoconferencing and homeschooling, and are settling into a different way of life as we deal with the coronavirus “new normal.” Unfortunately, another common experience…

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Families grow in all sorts of ways. Sometimes it’s a happy accident, and some take a lot of planning and proactive effort. The fact is that when you want your family to grow by adding children, it can be a difficult dream to fulfill for some ready-made parents. For years, only certain types of couples…

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Even knowing that your divorce settlement will leave you comfortable, resigning yourself to the fact that your nest egg is finite can cause any newly divorced spouse some concern. You’ve enjoyed a certain lifestyle throughout your married life – perhaps one that wouldn’t have been made possible without your sacrifices. But now that the agreement…

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At this point, most people are familiar with the term domestic violence. Hearing it conjures up thoughts of bruises, broken bones, and wondering how damage like that can so easily remain hidden. Other facts that people are just beginning to understand is that not all domestic abuse is suffered by women, nor is it just…

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When you’re gearing up for or are in the midst of a child custody case, putting your best foot forward in showing your commitment to your child’s wellbeing is your best course of action. Your child’s other parent is looking for anything that can be used to show your ability to engage in a health…

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While divorce proceedings end the marriage, and divorce agreements and orders establish boundaries, parents with children still need a lot of guidance after the contested issues are resolved. Parents need to manage their time, manage their child’s time, and communicate with each other so their children have the emotional, family, and financial support they need.…

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Courts generally don’t terminate parental rights unless there is a strong reason to do so. The petition to terminate parental rights is normally brought by the State through its Department of Child Services, or by guardian ad litem, but parents may seek to terminate their co-parents’ parental rights, too. The grounds for termination of parental…

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Most people think of prenuptial agreements as legal documents for older, wealthy couples. Young couples (presumably) don’t have much to fight about, whereas older couples have already established homes, business, and wealth. They may have trusts or children to think about, too. A new report from Business Insider suggests the times are changing. The publication…

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