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  • Indiana's Parenting Class Requirement: Helping Children Cope with Divorce
    Indiana's Parenting Class Requirement: Helping Children Cope with Divorce

    It’s well known that divorce is rated as one of the top most stressful events in a person’s life. Financial matters aside, throwing children into the mix only heightens the stress levels of spouses ...

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  • 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney
    5 Tips for Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney

    Divorce is at the top of the list as one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. Finding an attorney that’s the right fit to help you through such a drastic life change can seem like a ...

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  • Celebrity Break Ups Highlight Potential Financial Disasters in Divorce
    Celebrity Break Ups Highlight Potential Financial Disasters in Divorce

    Chris Pratt and Anna Faris’ recent announcement to separate after 8 years of marriage raises the potential financial disaster they, and similar high-income earning couples could face when separating ...

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  • Public Persona Causes Radio Host to Lose Child-Custody Case
    Public Persona Causes Radio Host to Lose Child-Custody Case

    Can your public image affect the outcome of your child custody case? The short answer is yes—your image matters. For many, an issue of a public persona versus what actually goes on in your daily life ...

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  • DIVORCE - WHAT TO EXPECT: I've Filed for Divorce, Now What?
    DIVORCE - WHAT TO EXPECT: I've Filed for Divorce, Now What?

    If you’re contemplating filing for divorce, you may be wondering, “What happens next?” Taking that first step can be scary, can leave you feeling sad, can sometimes even offer forms of relief, but ...

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  • SCOTUS Rules Spouse Can't Have Access to Veteran's Disability Benefits
    SCOTUS Rules Spouse Can't Have Access to Veteran's Disability Benefits

    Can a State increase the amount a divorced spouse receives each month from a veteran’s retirement pay to indemnify a divorced spouse for the loss caused by a veteran’s waiver to elect disability ...

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