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Family Property: What Happens If There Is Unequal Division?

Family Property: What Happens If There Is Unequal Division?

Following through with divorce not only ends in heartbreak, but the separation also impacts other aspects you once shared in your life together as a couple. Settling matters involving child custody is already a complex and emotionally charged situation, but dealing with factors such as unequal division of family property is like adding salt to a wound.

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Dealing With Child Support During COVID-19

Dealing With Child Support During COVID-19

Given the unemployment rate, thousands of individuals have struggled to provide for themselves, let alone pay child support during COVID-19. If you find yourself in this situation, be sure to get in touch with family lawyers, who can guide you through and find more ways to support you and your child.

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Is It Still Possible to Separate From a Spouse During COVID-19?

Is It Still Possible to Separate From a Spouse During COVID-19?

Given the current restrictions, you may feel tempted to wait until the situation subsides and things normalize. However, it’s best not to wait, as there is currently a backlog of cases that will slow down the court system once restrictions are lifted. You also have many options outside of court that allow you and your separating partner to resolve your case fully. By meeting with a family lawyer and seeking their guidance, you’ll determine which route is best for you and your separating partner.

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The 4 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Going Through a Divorce

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Going Through a Divorce

Even with some guidance from friends and loved ones, some parents still fall short during the divorce process and make some mistakes. Although some errors may seem obvious, you’ll be surprised to know that some people still end up doing these and could affect their children’s behaviour. Here are some errors that you need to avoid as you continue with caring for your children as divorced parent

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3 Facts about Estate Planning You Should Know: A Guide

3 Facts about Estate Planning You Should Know: A Guide

You may have been working for years to acquire your home, car, and other personal possessions. But what happens to your valuables and other worthwhile investments after you die? Fortunately, you have full control through estate planning. It is a way to plan for your assets’ outcomes after your passing by naming the people or organizations you want to receive your belongings.

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