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Monthly Archives: August 2021

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Appealing A Child Custody Ruling

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorcing parents are generally encouraged to work together to come up with their own parenting plan, which includes details not only about how the parents will divide physical time with their child, but how they will share responsibility for childcare-related decision making. Reaching such an agreement is not, however, always possible, in which case… Read More »

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Is There A Benefit To Filing For Divorce First?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Even if you and your spouse are already considering divorce, you may not yet have decided who will file the petition with the court. Who actually files for divorce can have an enormous emotional impact, can affect the timing of divorce, and can determine who will be responsible for certain fees. For help determining… Read More »

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How Divorce Can Affect Your Beneficiary Status

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of things change after divorce besides a couple’s marital status. Divorcing couples can, for instance, expect to undergo a change in living arrangement and financial status once their marriage has been terminated. As a part of these adjustments, divorcing couples should also expect their designations as each other’s beneficiaries to change, which… Read More »

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Terminating Parental Rights

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Parents have certain legal rights when it comes to their children, including the right to visitation. Being a parent, however, also comes with significant legal obligations, including the duty to provide financially for their child. These rights and obligations can’t be violated, but it is possible to void them completely by terminating parental rights…. Read More »

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What Should I Do If I Get Served With Divorce Papers?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Official divorce proceedings start when someone actually files a petition for divorce and serves that petition on his or her spouse. The respondent, or recipient of the divorce papers, must take certain steps at this point in the proceedings, or risk a default ruling, so if you received notice that your spouse filed for… Read More »

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Answers To Some Of The Most Common Child Support Questions

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Parents who separate are often required to grapple with a host of complicated issues, including how they will share custody and who will be financially responsible for the child going forward. Contending with these kinds of complex issues isn’t easy and many parents have a lot of questions about what they could be facing…. Read More »

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Can I Modify An Alimony Award If I Haven’t Undergone A Substantial Change In Circumstances?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A family’s financial circumstances at the time of divorce will rarely remain exactly the same over the following years. In fact, it is relatively common for a couple’s financial situations to drastically change once they separate, with many required to find new housing or employment, or to begin paying child support or alimony. Often,… Read More »

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Extended Family Custody Orders

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

No two families are the same, so it makes sense that custody arrangements will also differ depending on a family’s circumstances. It is sometimes, for instance, in a child’s best interests to remain with an extended family member, at least for a period of time. In these cases, it is possible to petition the… Read More »

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