Blog Posts in January, 2014

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  • Child-Centered Divorce
    Child-Centered Divorce

    Breaking up is hard to do – it’s hard no matter which side you’re on. It’s especially hard for the ones not in the marriage: the children. Parents rarely consult their children or seek their ...

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  • Tips for Surviving Your Divorce
    Tips for Surviving Your Divorce

    While many divorces are amicable and uncontested, very few are emotionally easy. Even when the parties are in complete agreement about the division of their assets, amount of support, and custody ...

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  • How the New Child Support Guidelines May Affect Your Bottom Line: Part Two
    How the New Child Support Guidelines May Affect Your Bottom Line: Part Two

    PART TWO: Â PARENTING TIME CREDITS Under the old guidelines, the parent paying child support would receive a reduction in his or her child support obligation if the children spent 25% of their time in ...

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