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  • You Can Still Get Divorced
    You Can Still Get Divorced

    You may be stuck at home, but you’re not stuck in your marriage. During this time, it can feel like everything in your life is at a standstill. That does not have to be the case with your Divorce. ...

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  • The Impact of the CARES Act on Divorced/Divorcing Couples
    The Impact of the CARES Act on Divorced/Divorcing Couples

    In the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Federal Government has passed the CARES Act which authorizes the distribution of stimulus checks to taxpayers. For those recently divorced or currently going ...

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  • Curb the Back-to-School Chaos: Co-Parenting Tips
    Curb the Back-to-School Chaos: Co-Parenting Tips

    Fall is a time for transitions and back to schedules. Getting back into a routine is challenging for all families but especially challenging when there are 2 homes. Put your children first and set ...

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  • Love Your Child More Than You Hate Your Ex
    Love Your Child More Than You Hate Your Ex

    I woke up groggy. My head was slightly achy and the balls of my feet throbbed from wearing high heels for over 10 hours yesterday. I touched my hair, feeling a knot that set in from too much ...

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  • Divorce should NOT Be a Battlefield
    Divorce should NOT Be a Battlefield

    Once you stop looking at your divorce as an argument to win, you move closer to a resolution and you can start to heal. While other lawyers may use their ability to argue as a marketing tool, we ...

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  • Understanding the New Tax Laws and Family Law
    Understanding the New Tax Laws and Family Law

    As many people have heard by now, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) passed Congress in December. The new laws are changing the ways that we address alimony in family law cases. Here’s what you need to ...

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