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Blog Posts in June, 2017

Custody and Special Needs Children-What to Make Sure Your Attorney Knows

Have a child with special needs? Getting divorced or going through a custody case? Statistically, if you have a special needs child you are more likely to get divorced. Don't be hard on yourself ...
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Adult Children and Divorce

So often we talk about how to tell your minor children about divorce but we fail to address the adult children of divorce. So often, couples who wait until their children are grown to split up ...
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Obtaining the Best Evidence for Trial

You are engaged in a contested custody case and want to help your lawyer prepare for trial. How can you help your family law lawyer? Gather these three basic types of evidence: False statements. Get ...
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Factors That Need to be Considered in a Gray Divorce

What is a Gray divorce? One after age 50 of course. What special considerations should those going through a Gray divorce consider? Here is our list of topics that must be addressed in a Gray divorce: ...
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When Can I Deny Visitation?

A common question that gets asked a lot is when can I deny visitation? What follows are both what I would consider bad excuses for denying visitation and good reasons for denying visitation. Bad ...
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Taxes and Divorce - Common Questions Answered

1. Tax filing status-Should I/Can I file married or separate? Your filing status is determined based on your marital status as of December 31. Hence, the end of the year rush to push as many divorces ...
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Overcoming the Loneliness That Accompanies Divorce

Many a divorce client has experienced loneliness. If you haven’t yet then you likely will. Hopefully you won’t delve into drugs, alcohol or unhealthy relationships as a way to cope with ...
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How to Talk to Your Divorce Attorney

The number one way that attorneys screw up their own practice is by not communicating with their client. Clients, on the other hand, particularly in divorce cases often don’t understand or know ...
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