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Who Gets The House?

A million questions are running through your head regardless of whether you or your spouse initiate divorce proceedings. Will I receive alimony? Will I pay alimony? What will happen to my assets? What will happen to my home?
Here is a list of frequently asked questions regarding how courts may treat your home as a result of divorce.

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19 Relatable Divorce Quotes

19 Relatable Divorce Quotes If you’re stuck inside because of COVID-19, you may be looking for activities to keep yourself occupied. On the other hand, …

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Maintaining Your Sanity During Divorce

There are many moments throughout our lives in which we experience uncertainty, fear, and sadness. In times of high stress, we often avoid acknowledging our needs and forget to engage in self-care. Throughout these times, we must not only take care in the way we engage with others, but most importantly in the way that we converse with ourselves.

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Financial Infidelity: What it is and How to Avoid it

You’ve likely heard of physical and emotional cheating, but what about financial? Financial infidelity can be just as damaging to a marriage as physical or emotional infidelity. As technology advances, the opportunity to take financial advantage of a spouse increases.

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7 Ways Divorce Mediation Can Save Time, Money, and Your Relationship with Your Children

By coming to an agreement with your spouse, you avoid going to court, reduce stress, save money, and make your children a priority.

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Stress Less with This Process: 11 Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

How To Divorce With Less Stress 11 Benefits of Collaborative Divorce Collaborative divorce is a process where attorneys, financial advisors, therapists, and other collaborative divorce …

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