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Considerations When Getting Ready For A Divorce

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If you are considering a divorce in the future, then you need to make sure that your interests are protected. While you might hope that the divorce will be amicable, there is no harm in protecting yourself. Aside from the normal questions of divorce, such as child custody and division of assets, there are some less exciting (yet equally important) decisions that you will need to make. Here are some different angles that you need to think about when it comes to filing: Read More»

Regaining Your Parental Rights

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If you have lost your parental rights, you may still have options, particularly if you gave up your rights voluntarily. The process of regaining your rights can be a long and arduous one, and success is certainly not guaranteed. With the help of an experienced family attorney, you do have a chance at getting back some access to your children. Termination of Your Rights Sometimes, parents temporarily lose custody of their children. Read More»

3 Questions To Ask When Creating Your Child's Holiday Visitation Schedule

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There are a number of decisions that parents need to make when it comes to separation or divorce. One such decision is the holiday visitation schedule. This can be a contentious topic, even for ex-partners who’re on good speaking terms. To ease the tension and come up with the best schedule for all, consider the three questions below. Do You and Your Ex-Partner Share Religious Beliefs? According to one study, 31% of married Americans have interfaith relationships. Read More»

Going Through A Divorce? 4 Steps To Help Ease The Transition For Your Kids

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Divorce can be extremely difficult for children. They may be left to wonder how the divorce will affect them. While your legal team will take care of the paperwork, it’s up to you to make sure that your children’s emotional needs are taken care of. Children have an easier time dealing with divorce when both parents work together to create a healthy environment for your kids. Here are four steps you and your spouse can take to make sure your child’s emotional needs are taken care of. Read More»

3 Ways To Help Your Children Through A Divorce

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Divorce brings about a whole whirlwind of emotions. At times, you end up getting wrapped up in your own problems and forget that your children are going through the same fears, anxieties and stresses that you are. To make sure your little ones get through the process as unscathed as possible, here are a few tips you can implement into your everyday life. Spend time talking with your children to understand any concerns they might have. Read More»