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Tips for Covid-19 Co-Parenting

Are you and your ex cooperating with co-parenting arrangements during the current COVID-19 pandemic? Co-parenting is rarely easy and is considered to be one of the biggest stressors of divorce. Then came the […]

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5 Steps to Stop Having Money Arguments

For many couples, having a money conversation is a major point of vulnerability in the relationship. In fact, money disagreements are a major reason why couples end their marriages.   Consider this: your spouse […]

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Is it urgent? Courts and Covid-19

Several individuals are finding difficulty navigating parenting schedules as a result of relief efforts and recommendations put in place by the government,to curb the spread of the virus.  This includes but is not […]

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Nightmare Divorce Situations Witnessed By A Private Investigator

The stories are true. Private investigators have seen some pretty unreal things while working to find evidence for divorce cases, but in the immortal words of Lemony Snicket, “Love can change a person […]

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When Older Kids Get Involved In Their Parents’ Divorce

He was at University when he got the call. His dad told him he was leaving his mother. She was thirty and never expected that, at this age, her parents would separate. They […]

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Covid-19 How Far Is Far Enough?

One of the best questions that people are asking concerning Social-Distancing is: How far is far enough? The answer is that it depends on your personal situation and the circumstances of the interaction. […]

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How To Keep Emotions Out And Focus On The Issues In A Divorce

A parent opens up their lawyer’s bill. Shock. An amount never anticipated. Emotions are a part of every separation. That is normal. However, if you use your lawyer as your therapist or if […]

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Locating Assets In Foreign Countries

We’ve all heard the term “leave no stone unturned.” But in family law, failing to turn over stones can literally cost some people millions of dollars, security in their advancing years, or benefits […]

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