How To Protect Your Child During Divorce

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Divorce can get ugly, especially when children are involved. It doesn’t matter if your separation was amicable, when it comes to matters of custody things can definitely get heated. It can be easy to point fingers, yell, scream and fight, but that doesn’t solve anything and can make things more stressful for your child. See below for tips on how to protect your child during divorce. Keep Kids Out Of The Divorce Process…

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3 Factors That Influence Spousal Support Payment Amounts

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Alimony, or spousal support, can give a dependent spouse the financial assistance he or she needs to move forward after divorce. Some people incorrectly assume that the court will award them a split share of their soon-to-be former spouse’s income. In truth, the court will consider several factors in deciding how much is owed. If you are filing for divorce, here are some of the factors that the court could use to determine the alimony payments.…

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Must You Allow A Search? What To Know

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A viewing of law enforcement related television shows and movies often demonstrates the common practice of requesting to search a vehicle. People are stopped, questioned and often have their vehicles searched, seemingly routinely. You should know that you do have rights when it comes to searches of your personal property. Read on to learn more about searches that could be conducted without a warrant and what is and is not permitted.…

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