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July 3rd, 2019

The phrase “prenuptial agreement” can be an uncomfortable subject to introduce into a relationship dialogue. Lately, however, that is not the case. According to a recent article, there has been a jump in the number of prenups in the last … Read More…




June 21st, 2019

When a divorce is complete, the anger and resentment do not always end. One primary area where this explodes is with regard to paying for the children’s expenses, such as extracurricular activities and unreimbursed medical expenses. While child support is … Read More…




June 7th, 2019

As we shared in a recent blog post, substance abuse and/or mental health issues have prompted a new generation of grandparents who, after parenting their children, are now raising their grandchildren. Custodial grandparenting isn’t new but the numbers have grown … Read More…




May 3rd, 2019

You may not be thinking about your credit score during the process of a divorce, but if you ignore it completely, you could find yourself with a poor credit rating, according to a recent article. While divorce on its own … Read More…




April 10th, 2019

Your divorce is behind you. But your estate documents are still “married.” Now is the time to reevaluate your estate plan so you’re not forever tied to your ex-spouse. When you’re estate planning after a divorce, there are several key … Read More…




March 22nd, 2019

As recently as tax year 2017, eligible persons were able to claim exemptions from their adjusted gross income of as much as $4,050 per dependent child. To have qualified, the dependent child must have lived with the person(s) claiming the … Read More…




March 11th, 2019

Did you ever wonder what month has the highest divorce rate? According to a recent news report, that month is January. Why would the dawn of a new year be so very busy for such a major marital decision? It’s … Read More…