Monthly Archives: September 2010

Who Pays for College?

When two people divorce, it is not just two people ending their marriage, especially if children are involved. Changing a family dynamic is tricky and emotionally trying; it’s just complicated. Bottom line. Many decisions have to be made when one … Continue reading

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During Custody Battles–“Kids Count”

Divorce is hard on everyone, especially if children are involved. Custody battles make it difficult for children to deal with the divorce of their parents in a healthy way; they see their parents angry, fighting, they are being asked hard … Continue reading

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Grandparents Are Fun–But You Know Best

Divorce and Custody Battles Divorce is hard on everyone, especially if children are involved. Custody battles make it difficult for children to deal with the divorce of their parents in a healthy way; they see their parents angry, fighting, they … Continue reading

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First Meeting With Your Attorney

It’s important to choose an attorney that you feel comfortable with; you’ll be sharing intimate details of your financial situation and working with someone who can be professional and sensitive will be necessary. Before the first meeting with your attorney, … Continue reading

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Child Support

Divorce is hard on everyone involved, including the children. Deciding on child support can be an arduous task, but a necessary one. There are many factors examined when deciding what appropriate child support payments should be, including: income and assets … Continue reading

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