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Family Law

Family law often uses mediation

Mediation is often used to resolve family law disputes. Sometimes, judges even recommend it for resolving less contentious elements of the divorce, leaving the judge to address the issues where the couple is further apart. It is a broadly used term that can involve...

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There are many forms of abuse

Marriages end for many reasons and often more than one of them. Rightfully, abuse of a spouse or family member is reason enough to terminate a marriage. It can be induced by external circumstances like alcohol or drug use or stress. More often than not, the behavior...

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Grey divorce has singular challenges

Overall divorce rates in the United States have gone down in recent decades. The phenomenon of “grey divorce,” however, is a notable exception to this downward trend. This label addresses couples over 55 years old who choose to split up, often after a long marriage...

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Can my ex-spouse move with the kids?

The biggest fear for many who divorce is that they will lose regular contact with their children. A divorce agreement typically includes details about how far away a coparent can move, but if the custodial parent or the parent with custody may still try to move across...

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