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Year: 2017

Child Custody Contests When Your Ex-Spouse is an Alcoholic

Proving Alcoholism in Custody Cases Alcoholism is a disease that can turn the most amicable person into a danger. Due to the unpredictability of alcohol use and abuse, family law courts are generally uncomfortable or unwilling to assign any amount of child custody rights – including both legal custody and physical custody – to a known alcoholic. Doing so could…

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Summer Custody Arrangements

Modifying Custody Arrangements for Summer Months While the summer months are generally likened to a time of rest, relaxation, and vacation, dealing with child custody issues can be like throwing a wrench into a machine. Child custody is one of the most complicated aspects of divorce, but it becomes ever so difficult to manage during summer vacation. Schedule changes can…

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Divorce for Seniors

The number of people in the United States who are 65 and older is 46 million. By 2060, that number will hit 98 million. With life expectancy increasing from 68 in 1950 to 79 in 2013, it’s no surprise those 65 and older may experience something as relatively common as divorce. Ever since ending a marriage became more socially acceptable,…

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Divorce or Separation: Which Is Best for Me?

Nobody ever enters into their marriage with the expectation that it will one day come to an end. Unfortunately, as we all know, divorce is a very real possibility for many modern couples with roughly half of all marriages ending in divorce. If you and your spouse have decided to part ways, you may be wondering whether a divorce or…

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Who Gets the House & Car During Divorce?

Aside from maybe child custody, property division is usually one of the most hotly contested issues couples face during divorce – specifically regarding who gets control of the family home and car. In the state of California, couples are given the freedom to decide this on their own. If the parties cannot agree, however, the property will be divided by…

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Back to School: Getting Kids Into a Post-Divorce Routine

So, your kids are gearing up to go back to school like always—but this time, you and your spouse are no longer together. That potentially means two new morning routines for your kids, two new commutes, and two different after-school routines. It’s always important to have a routine for your kids’ sake, but when it comes to their emotional health…

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