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When to Divorce – or Just Separate

It would surprise some newlyweds that there are many similarities between divorcing and separation, namely those concerning parental responsibilities and asset division. If you’re considering both options in your marriage, it may help to find out about these differences first – if necessary, with the help of a family attorney. Then you can determine which choice makes the most legal, financial and logistical sense for you.

Mediation vs. Litigation in Family Law

Mediation vs. Litigation in Family Law

When emotions run high, it’s helpful to remember that there are other options for couples hoping to keep their divorce out of a courtroom. Mediation is a common alternative form of dispute resolution that, if appropriate, can be less costly and lead to quicker outcomes.

How Divorce Affects Your Taxes

How Divorce Affects Your Taxes

It’s tax time once again. If you and your spouse divorced sometime during the past year and it was finalized before December 31, 2020, you need to be considering changes in how you file your taxes for the year 2020.