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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