Divorce and Family Law Blog

child custody exchange

Tips for a Successful Custody Exchange

Custody battles are draining on everyone involved, and resolutions are often not reached quickly or easily. When a custody schedule is finally reached, the custody exchanges are also often a point of stress for all parties. Below are some tips so to help ease that tension. Be on Time One

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Will We See A Rise in Divorce Due to COVID-19

Will We See A Rise in Divorce Due to COVID-19?

As our country adjusts to the “new normal” and COVID-19 alters every aspect of our lives, we couldn’t help but wonder – how will this impact the divorce rates during this time?  The initial thought is that for those couples on the cusp of cracking the “stay at home” orders

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How will COVID-19 Impact My Divorce Financially

In these uncertain times, we all are trying to find our footing and priorities while adjusting to a “new normal.”  After ensuring that your children and other loved ones are safe, it is certainly reasonable to think about your financial picture.  I am sure you had an idea in your

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Prenup, Prenup, Prenup!

With the excitement of getting engaged and the fun of planning a wedding, young couples don’t usually want to think about the unromantic detail of signing a prenuptial agreement.  However, they certainly should. Prenuptial agreements or “prenups” as they are more commonly called, do not have to be for couples

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social media dos and donts

Social Media Dos and Don’ts

With social media playing such a significant role in our current culture and our lives, it is no surprise it has crept its way into the family law arena. Users have many options with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumbler, and Snap Chat all available to showcase your life.  Social media can

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