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  • The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 3: Child Custody and Visitation
    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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  • I’m Not Listed on My Child’s Birth Certificate. What’s Next?
    I’m Not Listed on My Child’s Birth Certificate. What’s Next?

    The birth of a new family member is a thrilling time for new parents and the extended family. There is a lot of preparation that must be done before you welcome a new baby, and some things can get ...

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  • Healthy Methods for Co-Parenting Over the Holidays
    Healthy Methods for Co-Parenting Over the Holidays

    After splitting from your spouse, it will naturally take time to adjust to your new normal, especially if you are co-parenting your children together. This can be especially difficult during the ...

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  • What Is Included in a Parenting Plan?
    What Is Included in a Parenting Plan?

    A parenting plan, also known as a custody and visitation agreement, outlines how parents will share the rights and responsibilities of raising their children. It is required in all cases involving the ...

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  • Summer 2020 Co-Parenting Tips
    Summer 2020 Co-Parenting Tips

    For most co-parents, summer looks a lot different than the rest of the year. Kids of every age are out of school, and co-parents need to juggle extra childcare with potential extracurricular ...

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  • 3 Steps for Co-Parenting with an Estranged Ex
    3 Steps for Co-Parenting with an Estranged Ex

    Co-parenting is never easy, but it becomes even more difficult when your ex refuses to collaborate and act like a responsible adult. Co-parenting with an estranged ex can be a uniquely frustrating ...

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