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May 2018 Archives

What justifies a protective order?

If you experience abuse in an intimate relationship or family interaction, you may have grounds to seek a protective order to keep yourself safe. In fact, you may have more grounds than you realize to seek out this protection, as courts now recognize numerous forms of abuse and offer protective orders as remedies.

Protecting your child’s needs during divorce

The end of a marriage is rarely easy or simple, but the emotional and practical strains increase exponentially when divorce involves children. Sadly, children are often the ones who carry emotional burdens from a divorce into adulthood, even when parents do not want them to suffer.

Virtual visitation for parents

These days, parents have a few more options than previous generations when it comes to custody and visitation, including virtual visitation. Virtual visitation is still relatively new and is not prescribed in every instance, but many courts now recognize that the widespread use of smartphones and tablets allows parents and children to spend time together through videoconferencing technology.

Every couple should consider a prenuptial agreement

With a wedding on the horizon, a prenuptial agreement may seem like a distant priority or may even seem distasteful to consider for many couples. These are normal things to feel as you prepare to share the rest of your life with someone, but they are still misguided perspectives that may cost you dearly in the future, even if you never divorce.

Divorce may allow early access to investments

Divorce is often a challenging, uncomfortable period of time in the best circumstances, even if it is a relief. However, it is also possible for divorce to offer a number of opportunities to savvy spouses who use some of the specific functions of divorce to their advantage. Many spouses fear divorce will bring financial difficulty along with it, which is certainly possible, but it is possible to lessen the financial impact of divorce with careful planning.

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