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  • How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce Case
    How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce Case

    Can Social Media Be Used Against You in Divorce? Social media allows you to connect with others and find an online community, and you can share and learn so much about your hobbies, schedule, and ...

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  • Why You May Need a Forensic Accountant for Your Divorce
    Why You May Need a Forensic Accountant for Your Divorce

    How Forensic Accountants Can Help During the Divorce Process A forensic accountant can be a valuable asset in your divorce case. Their job involves using accounting, auditing, and investigative skills ...

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  • How to Help a Friend Going Through a Divorce
    How to Help a Friend Going Through a Divorce

    If your friend is going through a divorce , you may be looking for ways you can be a good friend and support them as they go through this major transition. Below, we will discuss actions you can take ...

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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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  • How Are Personal Injury Settlements Divided in a Divorce?
    How Are Personal Injury Settlements Divided in a Divorce?

    While it is not a common occurrence, it is possible that you might receive a personal injury settlement while going through a divorce . When this happens, you might wonder if your spouse is entitled ...

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  • How Do You Get an Annulment in California?
    How Do You Get an Annulment in California?

    While the terms annulment and divorce are thrown around interchangeably, this is a common misunderstanding. An annulment voids a marriage, meaning once it has been finalized, that marriage never ...

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