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How Can Your Work Schedule Affect Child Custody?
How Can Your Work Schedule Affect Child Custody?

Child custody decisions are all based on the best interests of the children. Therefore, even the most minor aspects of life are relevant. Many factors play into custody rulings. Everything from a parent’s income, location, or even neighborhood makes a difference. Here are ...

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  • How Can Your Work Schedule Affect Child Custody?

    Child custody decisions are all based on the best interests of the children. Therefore, even the most minor aspects of life are relevant. Many factors play into custody rulings. Everything from a ...

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  • What Are the Different Ways to Legally End Your Marriage?

    When your marriage is at a low point, it can be difficult to decide what to do next. You may have a hard time understanding your options through the fog of your emotional distress. This article is ...

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  • The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 4: Child Support

    In this final installment of our four-part series , we take a closer look at child support rulings. When it comes to money, it’s easy to see any payment as a burden. We often feel powerless over our ...

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  • The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 3: Child Custody and Visitation

    In this series of articles, our firm is taking a closer look into the major decisions that affect all divorces. Last month, we discussed spousal support and property division . When your family ...

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  • The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 2: Spousal Support

    In all divorces, there are certain decisions you must make. If there are children involved, you have two additional concerns you must address. In this series of articles, we will explore each of these ...

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    In all divorces, there are certain decisions you must make. If there are children involved, you have two additional concerns you must address. In this series of articles, we will explore each of these ...

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