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The holidays are upon us and for most it is a joyful time of year filled with love and traditions. However, many parents and children may be new to navigating through family changes and holidays after divorce or separation. Some newly … Continue reading
Are you divorced and have been called to active duty with the military? If so, there are several factors to consider when it comes to paying your child support. The Child Support Enforcement Division (CSE) works with active duty parents … Continue reading
As pointed out in an article on Wicked Local/Daily News Transcript by Suzanne R. Sayward, planning a wedding is not always about cakes, dresses and honeymoons. Prenuptial Agreements are becoming more common as the divorce rate rises in our society. These agreements are a … Continue reading