How To Protect Your Job During A Divorce

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Protect Your Job during A Divorce

Divorce is a life event that can really mix up the daily routine for a couple. However, even after “the impossible” has happened and your divorce is well underway, you’ll still have to find a way to keep your private life from taking up your office space. It’s not easy…

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Co-Parenting and Creating a Family Tech Plan

Jun

27

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Little Girl on a Technology Plan

During a divorce involving co-parenting strategies, many decisions will have to be made about how your children are to be raised going between households. One of the biggest issues that can arise is technology use with either parent.  While some families may have no problems with children freely using technology,…

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Making Summer Manageable After Divorce

Jun

15

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Divorced Man Saying Goodbye to His Child

The summer can be a tough time for parents living life after a divorce. From difficult co-parenting schedules to vacations that lead to extensive time away from your children, some parents may find themselves alone the majority of this season. Apart from the loneliness, summer vacation can also rekindle feelings…

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Essential Tips to Lighten the Blow of Divorce

May

30

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Family Law Attorney Advises on Divorce

When you got married, the thought of divorce seemed impossible. Sadly, not all marriages hold up over time and divorce is inevitable for some couples. Even when an agreed divorce is the option there is still a lot of emotion, pain, and confusion involved with the next steps you’ll need…

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Protecting Your Credit After Divorce

Apr

15

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Divorce can be an emotionally taxing time, but it shouldn't ruin your credit. Unfortunately, people often concentrate on the division of shared assets like houses and cars, while losing focus on their debt. Improperly handling debt during and after your divorce can result in credit problems years after your divorce is…

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6 Consequences of Failing to Pay Child Support

Mar

29

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Texas is a state that takes child support seriously. If you get divorced in Texas and do not have custody of your minor child, you'll be legally required to make regular child support payments. The purpose of this financial support is to help give your child the best life possible after your…

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Navigating Newborn Child Custody

Mar

08

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Navigating Newborn Child Custody

Co-parenting and child custody are situations that couples with children often face in the wake of a divorce. While this territory can be difficult enough to negotiate with toddlers and older children, couples with newborns face specific challenges. Fortunately, with patience and a plan, co-parenting with a newborn isn’t an…

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5 Financial Mistakes Made in a Texas Divorce

Feb

25

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Financial Mistakes Made in a Texas Divorce

A divorce is an event that can take a financial and emotional toll on the couple involved. While we’ve covered some of the emotional aspects like life after divorce, there are fiscal issues that are equally important. During a divorce, emotions run high and life-changing decisions can be made based…

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