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Keeping Track of Per Quod Claims in Divorces

People are usually aware that if they are injured in an accident, or as a result of medical or dental malpractice, they may bring a claim for compensation against those responsible for their injuries. What most… >

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There Is Something "Odd" About The Child Tax Credit for 2021

The child tax credit reduces the tax burden on families with dependent children.  In cases of divorce where there are an odd number of children, it is relatively common for the divorced parents to alternat… >

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Negative Parental Influencers

In 2021, the term “influencers” is often associated with social media marketing and trending TikTok dances in the street. The reality is that influencers are everywhere and, for your children, that … >

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Municipal Court Records: They Could Make a Difference in Your Divorce

“Oh, it’s only municipal court.”  Has that thought ever crossed your mind?  In the context of a divorce, however, it may not be that simple.  And it’s not just a DWI recor… >

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Three Tips When Hiring a Divorce Attorney

Meeting with an attorney for the first time to discuss the end of a marriage can be a stressful experience. Whether the marriage is truly over or if you are simply looking for guidance to better understand your… >

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It's Time to Rethink Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements (commonly referred to as prenups) are no longer reserved for the rich and famous. A prenup is a written agreement, signed before a marriage, which defines the property rights, and in some … >

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Divorced, But Not Done

Once your divorce is final and the Judgment of Divorce is signed and in your hands, it would be natural for you to breathe a sigh of relief, and to assume that your worries are over.  Though you should tak… >

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There Is No Magic Moment: What Are You Waiting For?

Reaching the decision to dissolve your marriage is not made overnight but rather as a result of a series of events over a period of time.  Feeling indifferent or emotionally detached is a strong sign that … >

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Arbitration Saves Time -- and Time Is Money

If your divorce case has dragged on with no settlement in sight and you need a trial to decide the issues for you, how do you bring it to a quick conclusion?   The answer: Hire an Arbitrator. “W… >

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Your Taxes and Your Divorce: What To Do Next

On March 17, 2021, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced its extension of the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 20… >

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