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October 2017 Archives

What should grandparents do during a custody dispute

Grandparents can sometimes feel helpless when their grandchildren are caught in the crossfire between two warring parents. They face a common conundrum of deciding whether to intervene. On the one hand, if they take a side, they risk being ostracized from their grandchild. If they do nothing in the hope that the parents can work it out, the child risks further emotional harm that they don’t deserve.  

Is an annulment right for you?

Whirlwind romances don’t occur exclusively in movies. Sometimes there’s a spark when people meet online or while on vacation. The spark turns into love and evolves into a marriage proposal. After vows are exchanged, something may not feel right and it feels like a mistake has been made.

Despite conflict, shared parenting is a win-win

From the moment you asked your spouse for a divorce, you may have known the process would not be easy. If your spouse reacted with anger or hurt feelings, you probably saw the dissipation of any chances for a conflict-free separation. This may be of special concern to you if you had hopes of sharing custody of your children.

How can I prepare financially for divorce

Whether you are considering filing for divorce, or have recently filed a petition, the desire to seek revenge or pummel your soon-to-be ex-spouse into submission are powerful emotions that can drive your decisions. However, in the midst of inflicting emotional damage, you may leave yourself vulnerable to making substantial financial mistakes that could seriously affect your post-divorce life.

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