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Mediating a Parenting Agreement for Unmarried Parents

Mediating a Parenting Agreement for Unmarried Parents

Developing a custody arrangement, child support, and a parenting plan during divorce is common and many cases are fairly straightforward.  But, if unmarried parents decide to separate and need to establish a parenting agreement, including custody and child support, the process can be a little more complicated. Rather than arguing in court and getting into…

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Mediating Legal Separation

Mediating Legal Separation

When you and your spouse want to separate but are not yet ready to divorce, you may be considering a legal separation. Legal separation allows you to legally define your respective property rights, financial obligations, and any child-related matters.  This is important because, for example, it protects both parties from incurring additional debt or other…

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Managing Grief in Divorce Mediation

Managing Grief in Divorce Mediation

Regardless of the circumstances, divorce can often feel like a death.  While there might be many reasons you are pursuing a divorce, it also represents the end of one chapter of life and the beginning of a new chapter.  Grief can easily creep in, even when you least expect it, but there are ways to…

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3 Tips for Managing Anger During Divorce

3 Tips for Managing Anger During Divorce

Most divorces, even the most amicable, involve some degree of anger.  Individuals may not even realize how much anger is controlling their actions and choices during divorce.  Divorce mediation is one of the most amicable and effective ways to get a divorce while managing anger but many people mistakenly think they are ‘too angry’ for…

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What Happens to My Pet During a Divorce?

What Happens to My Pet During a Divorce?

When it comes to divorce, there is often a lot of discussion about how custody will be split, how assets will be divided, etc.  But, there is another topic that must be determined in many divorces – what will happen to the family pet after a divorce?  For many couples, determining who will keep a…

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Why You Should Avoid Most Online Divorce Services

Why You Should Avoid Most Online Divorce Services

Get a quick, easy, and inexpensive divorce online.  Sounds great, right?  There is just one problem, divorce is a complicated legal process and online divorces are simply something you should avoid at all costs.  While the sound of a $30,000+ divorce may send you into shock and running for the computer, take your hand off…

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How to Handle Bitcoin in a Divorce

How to Handle Bitcoin in a Divorce

If you have seen recent headlines about Bitcoin, you know just how popular it has become.  Bitcoin is a type of cryptocurrency, though there are numerous other cryptocurrencies as well.  Cryptocurrency investment works similar to investing in the stock market but because of the nature of cryptocurrency (virtual currency), and the fact that many transactions…

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