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Virtual Visitation: A Sensible Child Custody Option?
Virtual Visitation: A Sensible Child Custody Option?

When a couple with children divorces , it is best for the children if both parents are actively involved in their lives, which a custody order can provide. Unfortunately for the non-custodial parent, events occur that cause separation between themselves and their children. ...

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  • Virtual Visitation: A Sensible Child Custody Option?

    When a couple with children divorces , it is best for the children if both parents are actively involved in their lives, which a custody order can provide. Unfortunately for the non-custodial parent, ...

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  • Understanding Gray Divorce

    More and more people are choosing to divorce later in life. Since 1990, the divorce rate for people over 50 years of age has doubled, leading to a larger discussion about divorce later in life, ...

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  • Child Custody: Summer Plans

    Summertime is all about fun in the sun, but if you have child custody arrangements to consider, it’s best you sort those out prior to vacation time. While you and your co-parent may have your custody ...

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    When working through a divorce , no one wants the details of their private lives revealed and in cases of high net worth , maintaining privacy can be especially challenging. Couples are often active ...

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  • Helping Children Cope with Divorce During the Holidays

    While the holidays are a joyful and festive time for many, this time can be difficult for children who are dealing with the divorce of their parents. If you are currently in the process of divorce or ...

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  • Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Rights Could Be Losing Favor

    When the United States Supreme Court announced that same-sex marriages would be legalized nationwide, an estimated 50 to 60% of Americans were in favor of the decision while only 40% were opposed. ...

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