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Personal Injury Case Checklist

Personal injury cases are often complex. Most of the time, the reasoning behind the complexities lies in the fact that there are so many factors to consider in the case — from the circumstances of when and where the injury occured, what damages were caused as a result, and whether or not there were witnesses [..]

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How To File For Divorce

You’ve tried everything. It’s been a long, difficult road, but you’ve finally reached the only conclusion: the road only leads to a dead end. Now the only options that are left are a lift filled with unhappiness, or divorce. If you are going through this difficult process, it’s important that you know you aren’t alone. [..]

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Dividing Dollars in Divorce

You finally made the jump. After much deliberation, you have decided that it is time to divorce. You’ve come to terms with the decision emotionally, maybe even moved out of the home that you and your spouse once shared. After making this crucial decision, it is now time to face a more technical aspect of [..]

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Part 2: Preparing Yourself For A Joint Custody Routine

In part one of this series, we explored ways in which you can prepare your child for a joint custody situation. But what about you? How are you coping with all of these changes? As parents, splitting custody is a necessary, but difficult compromise. If it were up to you, you’d be able to spend [..]

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Part I: Preparing Your Child For A Joint Custody Routine

A joint custody situation undoubtedly brings worry and stress — for the parents, to be sure, but particularly for the children involved. Chances are, they’re going to be wondering what these new changes will bring. Questions will be burning in their mind, and their enthusiasm and possibly even school work might be affected by these [..]

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How To Tell Your Children About Your Divorce

Divorce can be painful, emotional, stressful, and sometimes even hostile. With around half of marriages ending in divorce, we know that sometimes this is the most logical and even unavoidable conclusion for many couples. Sometimes it’s easy and straightforward; other times, it’s complicated and messy. This is especially true in cases involving children. But with [..]

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How To Deal With Joint Custody During The Summer

Summer time means adventure time. Kids of all ages look forward to summer all year-round. The weather is nice (if not hot and muggy here in Atlanta), the days are long, and best of all school is out! This is the time of year where unforgettable memories are made and lasting relationships are formed. However, [..]

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