Month: November 2021

Co-parent guide to giving children holiday gifts

Something as joyful as gift-giving can become a point of tension when you’re co-parenting. Going into the holiday season with a plan for how gifts will be handled can reduce the stress considerably. Open communication is vital in co-parenting but becomes even more...

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Divorce doesn’t always mean selling the house 

One of your options for the house, if you’re getting divorced, is to sell it. This often does make things easy. You can divide other assets simply by splitting up items, but you can’t divide the house. If you sell it, that turns it into a financial asset, which you...

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How a DUI conviction can affect child custody proceedings

A DUI conviction will likely affect child custody decisions even when it does not result in jail time. This is because the child's best interests always take priority in custody proceedings, and anything that could risk their well-being informs the court's decision....

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