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At Fault and No-Fault Divorce

The difference between an at-fault and no-fault divorce proceeding can be substantial. In a no-fault divorce, neither spouse have a requirement to prove that the other spouse did something wrong to justify ending the marriage. In contrast, at-fault divorce proceedings…

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What to Do Before Filing for Divorce

Filing for divorce is a significant life decision involving complex emotional and legal processes. Before uttering the word “divorce” to a spouse, consider several steps before filing. Also, take some time for self-reflection regarding your decision to ensure it’s the…

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Child Custody and the Court

In a child custody case, the primary goal is to determine what’s in the best interests of the child or children. The court bases its decision on: Physical, emotional, and psychological needs The child’s preference, depending on their age The…

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Changing Family Law

There have been dramatic changes in family structures for the past fifty years. Social and demographic changes of the late twentieth century and into the twenty-first see more cohabitating couples, same-sex couples, and increasing numbers of single-parent families and extended…

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