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November 8th, 2019

Divorce can have many repercussions. But can divorce cause a child to become alienated from a parent? With the right mix of factors, it certainly can. Back in 2001, this topic was addressed in “The Alienated Child, A Reformulation of … Read More…



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September 10th, 2019

Separation and divorce are difficult enough, but when children are part of the mix, it adds another layer of complexity. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) offers a guide for talking to children about separation and divorce as well … Read More…



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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…




September 26th, 2018

Where you live could dramatically affect how much child support you pay or receive, according to a recent article in Forbes. The difference could be as much as 3.5 times as much, accounting for typical income levels in the state … Read More…




September 11th, 2018

The new tax law goes into effect on January 1, 2019 with some significant changes for divorcing couples. If you’re thinking about a split anytime soon, it might benefit you to do it this year, according to a recent article … Read More…




May 20th, 2018

In addition to the recent statutory changes regarding the class of individuals who have standing to seek physical and legal custody of a child, Senate Bill 844 has also redefined the circumstances under which grandparents have standing to seek partial … Read More…




February 15th, 2018

While divorce is final, you and your ex-spouse may still be connected financially. A recent article in Forbes shared steps that couples need to take to become fully fiscally independent following a divorce. The major areas highlighted include: Credit Cards: … Read More…