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Don't be a Jolie/Pitt kind of Family
Don't be a Jolie/Pitt kind of Family

There’s been a lot in the news about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s custody dispute. Most recently the judge ordered Angelina to tell the children that the court has determined that not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them, that they are safe with him, ...

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  • Don't be a Jolie/Pitt kind of Family

    There’s been a lot in the news about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s custody dispute. Most recently the judge ordered Angelina to tell the children that the court has determined that not having a ...

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  • What Can I Say to My Kids? What Should I Not Say to My Kids During a Divorce?

    This question gets asked quite frequently. I have tried to bullet point a list of what to say and what not to say to kids while you are involved in a divorce or custody dispute with the other parent ...

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  • You are headed to court. What to really expect.

    You have been unable to settle a family law issue with the mother of your child. Your attorney told you to be in court next week at 9:00 a.m. You have never been to court. It’s like Law and Order ...

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  • The Basics of Working with an Attorney

    Most family law clients have never worked with an attorney before. The attorney client relationship is new to them. In an effort to help you have the best possible outcome in your case it is important ...

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  • New Tax Law will hurt Maintenance Payors/Recipients

    Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) there are some dramatic changes coming to maintenance or what some states refer to as alimony. Agreements executed in 2018 will retain the default of ...

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  • Stop Harassing Me

    Many people think an order of protection will be granted just because someone says “they’re harassing me.” People act surprised - almost offended - when an attorney follows that statement by asking ...

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