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Splitting up and Coming Together: Determining the Best Interests of Your Children

Your spouse files for divorce. A million thoughts run through your head. Can we resolve our issues through mediation? How will the children feel? Who …

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Looking Backward to Move Forward: Your Future After Your Divorce

You and your spouse are officially divorced. You’ve been thinking about this day for a long time. However, have you thought about your goals? Have …

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Children’s Divorce Bill of Rights
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Children’s Divorce Bill of Rights

The Law Office of Linda Piff highlights the rights of children through mediation and the collaborative divorce method. Choosing these No Court Divorce methods is …

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Staying Out of Court and Remaining in Control: Choosing the Collaborative Way will Make you a Better Divorcee

You fall in love, you get married. Somewhere along the line, you and your spouse can’t reconcile your differences, so you decide to file for …

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Which Spouse Pays Alimony?

Alimony is usually an important topic of discussion when it comes to divorce. Although state laws vary on this issue, courts commonly use the “the …

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What Happens if My Spouse Does Not Sign the Divorce Papers?

You’ve finally worked up the courage to file for divorce. You’ve gone through couples counseling, you’ve spoken with your spouse, and you realize it’s best …

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How To Get Divorced Without Going To Court

There is a way to get divorced that will:

1. Avoid court and the loss of privacy, control and uncertainty associated with the traditional process

2. Protect your children and their feelings from the trauma of a court battle,

3. Ensure that everyone’s financial interests are met so that you can finally move on with your life and embrace a new beginning,

4. Save money and time while helping you and your spouse find creative solutions that meet both of your needs.

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