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When you go to a Family Law attorney, be prepared to talk! Typically, a wide range of issues needs to be discussed depending on the subject. For divorces or separations involving children, you may need to discuss: custody, visitation, support,…

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Traveling (with shared custody)

Traveling is a great way to educate children about different cultures, places, and way of life. However, parents who share custody typically need to take a few extra steps to prepare for their trip, especially if they plan to take…

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EMERGENCY Restraining Order

An Emergency Restraining Order is different from a regular Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in that you may get an Emergency Temporary Restraining Order during evenings, weekends, or holidays (essentially when the courthouse is not open). You can apply for this…

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Cat Fight!

An important question for many people going through a divorce is which party will get to keep the family pet or pets. This is typically a dog, though this post could apply to many pets. As with most legal questions,…

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What Not to Do in Family Court! (Part 1)

While there’s never a dull moment in Family Court and emotions are always bubbling over, there are certain things that you should never do inside those four walls. Don’t let your emotions get the better of you. Follow your attorney’s…

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The muted horrors of parental alienation

All too often two parents enter a Family Court but only one leaves. By that I mean that after a divorce the parent that holds primary physical custody over the child (the parent with whom the child lives most of…

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The specter of the significant other

Although it may be tough people eventually move on after a divorce. Eventually some people begin to date again and with this oftentimes comes the difficult decision whether or not to introduce your new significant other to your children. While…

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