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Bridging the Great Divide

Tensions can be high at the end of a relationship, especially if one side didn't want the relationship to end. When you have children together you can't just move on with your life. The other parent of your child will always be in your life, so it's important to...

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Preparing for Financial Mediation

Not all asset division needs to occur within the confines of a courtroom. In fact, it benefits both parties if they can come to some agreement through mediation as it is typically the more affordable alternative. However, you should never enter mediation empty-handed....

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More Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce

The legal team of Hais, Hais, and Goldberg know that the thought of doing anything with the person you are divorcing, initially, does not sit well with most divorcing couples. When children are involved you need to think about how you are going to deal with your...

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Things to Think About with Child Custody

Divorce is never easy. Many people want to battle out over every little thing in order to punish their ex. This is especially true when it comes to your children. They will do and say whatever it takes in order to keep their children.However, you are talking about...

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When to Seek Child Custody Modification

While many divorced couples may not think they need to modify a custody agreement that works, life is full of changes. There may come a day where the custody agreement that has been working so well is no longer a viable option. When that comes, you will need to make a...

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