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Birdnesting as a child custody plan

If you’re going through a divorce, it’s important to think outside of the box. For example, maybe you and your spouse are parents. You’re trying to figure out custody of your children. But it’s getting very complicated to figure out when they’re going to live with you...

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2023 divorce statistics that could surprise you

You have probably heard that half of marriages end in divorce. But that bit of conventional wisdom isn't quite accurate, at least not anymore. The current U.S. divorce rate is somewhere between 40-50 percent. The data suggests that the divorce rate is going down in...

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Will you have to sell your house after divorce?

A house may offer a couple many things: a consistent and stable home, a place for their family to grow or an investment in their future. Unfortunately, if that couple’s marriage ends in divorce, they may wonder whether they will have to leave the place they have come...

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4 ways a spouse tries to hide marital assets

A sneaky spouse who you viewed with mistrust during your marriage may continue the questionable behavior as you pursue a divorce. How? By hiding marital assets, an action that is not uncommon when some couples split. It is all in the name of spite from a vengeful...

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Estate Planning During Your Divorce

Estate planning and divorce proceedings are two aspects of life that are often placed at either end of a relationship spectrum. Both are sensitive topics that often force an uncomfortable conversation, and both are frequently avoided – whether at the end of our lives,...

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Estate Planning During Your Divorce

Estate planning and divorce proceedings are two aspects of life that are often placed at either end of a relationship spectrum. Both are sensitive topics that often force an uncomfortable conversation, and both are frequently avoided – whether at the end of our lives,...

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