Bridging The Gap: How A Legal Separation Agreement Benefits You Financially

Posted on: 12 May 2017

If a divorce is in your future plans, you may be having a difficult time coping with the emotional effects of this major life event. You should understand, however, that your entire financial future can depend on the decisions you make in the next few weeks and months before your divorce becomes a final order. Many people mistakenly allow their emotions to cloud their thinking during this time, and the results can be disastrous.
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2 Stories Your Child Will Have Access To Via An Open Adoption

Posted on: 8 May 2017

If you choose to go with an open adoption, you are going to give your child access to different and unique stories about your child's life. They will get to know both their creation story and their adoption story, giving them a complete picture of how they were loved and brought into the world. #1 Story Of Birth In order for your child to have a complete understanding of who they are and where they come from, they need to know their "
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Three Steps To Getting Shared Custody Between Grandparents

Posted on: 28 April 2017

There are times where neither the mother nor father will not be able to take care of the children. In this case, one or both sets of grandparents may step up as the next of kin in order to raise the children. Split custody between both sets of grandparents is not traditional, but it can work out in the favor of everyone in the family. Here are three steps to paternal and maternal grandparents sharing custody of their grandchildren.
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Staying Financially Afloat: 3 Tips To Keep Divorce From Ruining Your Credit

Posted on: 19 April 2017

Getting out of an unhappy marriage will cost you on average anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000. If you are already having financial woes or if your former partner is bad with finances, the process of getting a divorce can absolutely ruin your credit. With help from a divorce attorney, you can protect your credit and watch over your finances. Your attorney will also help you keep track of your assets and your debts and also determine how they should be divided in the divorce.
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