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Parental Kidnapping

Child custody and visitation agreements are typically the most emotionally charged and stressful negotiations during a divorce settlement. Each parent involved in the divorce process may want legal custody of their child, but the court may grant equal rights to both parents, which gives each parent the right to make decisions for their child. Even […]

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Student Loan Debt Causing Divorce

Financial stress can be a contributing cause of divorce for many couples. Couples most vulnerable to the strain of financial worries are those dealing with student loan debt. Last year’s college graduates averaged almost $40,000 in college loan debt by graduation. Recent surveys indicated approximately 13 percent of divorced couples believe student loan debt was […]

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Protecting Kids in Divorce Mediation

Going through a divorce can be an emotional time for all parties. When children are involved in the divorce, there can be special challenges. Many divorcing couples share the primary goal of protecting their children from additional stress during this time. For this reason, divorcing parents often choose the mediation process over a traditionally litigated […]

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Social Media and Divorce

In this age of social media, conversations and photos that once remained private between two people now leave a lasting digital footprint that can be difficult to erase. In the context of divorce, that can be especially problematic. E-mails, text messages, online searches, photos, and videos have become “evidence” used in court in cases dealing […]

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Co-Parenting College-Bound Children

As children of divorced parents transition into the college years, co-parenting changes significantly. Children over the age of 18 have more ownership over their own time and how and when they want to spend it. The question is, what should divorced parents know about co-parenting their college student, and how can they make these young […]

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