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  • Surviving the Holidays After a Divorce
    Surviving the Holidays After a Divorce

    The holidays are a time for celebrating with your family and closest friends. People gather around the dinner table, feast on indulgent foods, and exchange gifts. It is no wonder why this time of year ...

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  • Celebrating Halloween After a Divorce
    Celebrating Halloween After a Divorce

    Parenting plans typically address how major holidays, such as Thanksgiving or Christmas, will be spent with the children. While hashing out this agreement, however, you probably did not give Halloween ...

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  • Will Infidelity Affect the Outcome of My Divorce?
    Will Infidelity Affect the Outcome of My Divorce?

    Adultery can have a profound impact on a family’s life, resulting in the end of a marriage, family resentments, and other unexpected ripple effects. That said, in terms of your divorce settlement, ...

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  • What is a Grey Divorce and Why Are They on the Rise?
    What is a Grey Divorce and Why Are They on the Rise?

    “Grey divorce” refers to divorce among spouses over the age of 50. Although the term was created in the early 2000s, grey divorce has been on the rise since the 1980s and especially increased within ...

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  • Why You Should Hire an Attorney to Handle Your Divorce
    Why You Should Hire an Attorney to Handle Your Divorce

    Getting a divorce will obviously incur some costs, but you can cut back on unnecessary expenses by hiring an experienced divorce attorney to handle the legal process. Even if your divorce seems ...

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  • Why It’s Not Always a Good Idea to Fight to Keep the Marital Home in a Divorce
    Why It’s Not Always a Good Idea to Fight to Keep the Marital Home in a Divorce

    If you are aiming to keep your house during the divorce process, it is important to understand if it will be a burden or not. In some cases, it is best for both parties to let go of the marital home. ...

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