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3 Situations That Warrant The Use Of A Divorce Attorney

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While divorces can and do happen amicably, there may be certain divorce situations that warrant the use of a divorce lawyer. While some people may choose not to seek out the services of a lawyer so as to save money, in some instances, it can be best for all involved. Below are three situations in which hiring a divorce attorney may be the best move you make. The Divorce Stems From Abuse…

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Seven Ways To Help Your Child Through Your Divorce

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Divorce is difficult for children. However, they can bounce back quickly if you handle things correctly. Here are seven things you can do to help them transition as easily as possible.  1. Never talk badly about your ex-spouse in front of your child. While it may seem obvious that you shouldn’t talk negatively to your child, remember that children overhear a lot, too. When you are on the phone with your lawyer or another family member, make sure you are alone.…

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Domestic Violence Documentation to Strengthen Your Case

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If you are taking your ex-spouse to court on domestic violence charges, it can be a scary, confusing time. Domestic violence can range from physical violence to more subtle accounts such as psychological abuse, withholding finances or forms of control. You most likely have documentation of abuse in some form or another. You will need to pull this together in a way that still limits contact with your ex-spouse, which is important for your safety.…

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