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Top 3 Tech Releases By Category 2020

It’s spring once again and that means, fresh flowers, new technology and an optimistic outlook for things to come. In light of that, I’ve been asked to seek out and discuss the top […]

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COVID-19 and Support Issues

As many people are being laid off from their jobs, or being forced to take time off work to care for their children, it is inevitable that individuals will begin facing financial pressures […]

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Screen Time and Kids During Coronavirus Between Separated Parents

Let’s face it, you may never have been on the same page as your co-parent with regard to screen time. Indeed, some parents are in conflict as to whether their children should have […]

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How Social Distancing May Affect People Financially

What is Coronavirus? Many countries are currently battling the novel Coronavirus, also commonly referred to as the COVID-19 pandemic.   Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can cause illnesses ranging from the […]

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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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