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June 2016 Archives

Would you leave your custody case in the hands of a jury?

It can be very frightening for parents to learn that custody of their children could be left up to a stranger. This person, the judge, only has access to the information given to them by you and your ex, which isn't always an accurate depiction of a parent-child relationship or a parent's capabilities. 

Spousal support: It isn't guaranteed

There are many things you should expect to happen when you get divorced. Your assets will be divided, your tax filing status will change and you will have to start complying with a parenting plan if you have kids. These things will happen whether you want them to or not.

8 factors that will affect child support calculations

When it comes to the financial support parents provide for their children, every dollar counts, whether you are making support payments or receiving them. While most parents would generally do whatever they can to protect and provide for their children, there is often only so much they can do financially. This means that determining child support amounts must be done fairly and consistently.

A parenting plan is designed to be simple

The goal of a parenting plan is to focus on you, your ex, and your child. It's made to be simple and easy to use. Divorce is already complex enough; a parenting plan should be written with everyday language and lacking legal jargon and confusing terms. It's not made for the court, but for the parents.

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