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  • Have You Run Out Of Options? 3 Things You'll Need To Do Now That You've Decided To Divorce


    If you and your spouse have been plagued with marital problems and you see no end in sight, it's time to think about divorce. While divorce is never easy, it's often the best choice, especially when marital problems are too significant to overcome. Before you file for divorce, you need to make sure you're prepared. Here are three things you'll need to do now that divorce is your only option.
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  • Is Divorce In Your Future? 4 Steps To Take Before The Papers Are Served


    If You've spent your life as a stay-at-home spouse, and now you're facing the prospect of divorce, you need to get out in front of the situation. Your life is going to be a lot different once your spouse files for divorce. Don't get stuck on the losing end. Here are four of the most important things you should do now that divorce is in your future. Hire an Attorney
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  • 3 Things To Know About Child Custody


    When it comes to relationships, not all of them go the distance. In 2014 alone, there were just over 800,000 divorces in the US. Many couples who split, whether they were married or not, also have children together. Deciding how to split a child's time up between two parents can be difficult. Determining where their child's primary residence will be can also be difficult and a source of strife. Child custody agreements can take a lot of time and adjustments to get right.
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  • Getting Divorced In Florida? What To Know About Alimony


    One part of the divorce process will be determining if alimony should be paid and how much it should be. Be aware that the need and amount of alimony payments is determined by a judge, and there are several factors that go into the final decision. Here are a few key things to know about alimony if you are getting divorced in Florida. A Judge Considers Earning Capabilities of Both Parties
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  • Advice For Regaining Child Custody After Substance Abuse


    Losing custody of your child due to substance abuse can be a wakeup call for many people. Taking the steps to regain custody will require work and perseverance, but the results will be worth it. The following guide can help you make the right decisions as you begin working to regain your parental rights. Keep up with treatment In many cases you will be presented with a court ordered treatment plan or you will be required to seek treatment on your own.
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  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Getting Parental Rights Terminated


    After a divorce many couples have custody agreements to handle the care of the children. In some cases, one parent is unfit to care for the children. In this case, the parent with full custody may want to have the parental rights of their ex-spouse terminated. If this is the case for you, there are some very important things you need to know about getting parental rights terminated. 1. You Will Need To Prove That The Parent Is Unfit
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  • Heading Out On Vacation? 3 Steps To Make Sure Your Estate Is In Order Before You Leave


    Summer is here. Time to head out and enjoy that much-deserved vacation. Before you take off, there's one more item of business that you should take care of – your will. When was the last time you took a look at your will? If you can't remember, now is the time to do that. The last thing you want is for something to happen on your vacation that leaves you with an outdated will and an unprotected family.
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  • Getting Divorced Later In Life? 3 Things To Consider


    Divorce doesn't always happen to young couples, since it's very possible for an older couple to get a divorce too. When this happens, there will be some different things that should be considered that a young couple doesn't have to think about. There is not as much time for dealing with financial recovery after a divorce due to factors like retirement. Shared assets may be considered bargaining tools that can help you get what you really want as well.
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  • Feeling Alienated? Here Are The Symptoms Of Parent Alienation


    Parent alienation is when one parent tries to alienate a child against the other parent. This can happen due to a messy divorce or a custody arrangement not working out the way one particular parent wanted. It can also happen through step-parents as they try to force their way into family units. It's important for parents to know when they are being pushed out and alienated. Here are the common symptoms if you feel like it is happening to you.
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