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Are you struggling with debt? Do you wish you could start over? Do you sometimes find it challenging to just meet your basic needs like rent/mortgage or even groceries? Has it been difficult to get credit to buy a car or a house? Have you looked for a solution to your debt but still feel...
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Divorce mediation is a way to dissolve a marriage or domestic partnership in a non-adversarial way. In mediation you may have the opportunity to negotiate your own settlement rather than have one imposed on you by the Court or your lawyer. Too often divorce is looked at as a win-or-lose situation. Successful mediation requires recognition...
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What is Mediation? Mediation is an alternative to divorcing through the court system. Instead of having a judge make decisions for you, in mediation, you and your spouse can establish a settlement that works for your family as a whole. Many couples find this an attractive option because it means you are not at the...
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Each month, the one thing that people spend a significant amount of money on is food. Grocery shopping can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and expensive – but it doesn’t have to be! I’ve created a list of my best grocery shopping hacks to make sure that you keep the costs down and save money when grocery...
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When life throws a curve ball, you may be overcome with feelings of sadness, confusion, pain or despair.   You may want your ex to change, your finances to be different, the betrayal to be undone, the law to be different. While venting and complaining may have emotionally protective value, ultimately they’re not going to make...
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1. What is an Attorney for a Minor Child (AMC)? An attorney for a minor child, often referred to as an AMC and also called Counsel for the Minor Child is an individual the court appoints, either upon motion of a party or when the court determines an AMC is necessary to advocate for the...
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While it is always preferable if you and your spouse can work out the terms of your divorce, if you are unable to do so, a judge will make the decisions that will impact your family, such as: who will have custody of your children how to divide your property and assets how to pay...
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If you and your spouse have an agreement as to all issues, you may ask the court to waive the 90-day waiting period that is otherwise required for divorces. Note: This information also applies to dissolution of civil unions performed in a foreign jurisdiction. What are the benefits of requesting that the 90-day waiting period...
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