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Same-Sex Divorce: Why Mediation or Collaborative are the Best Options

When a couple decides to get a divorce, there are a few different options available for them to use. These options are as follows:   Litigation: The couple can decide to take their divorce and the issues involved in their divorce to a judge in order to attempt to divide their property and handle issues… Continue reading →

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Teen Lawsuit Against Parents For College Money

On March 4, 2014, Rachel Canning decided to sue her parent for child support and money to assist her in paying for her college tuition. Rachel is currently living in New Jersey and is 18 years old, which in most cases would make her unable to be entitled to any financial assistance from her parents… Continue reading →

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Suggestions For Reducing Conflict

Whether you’re struggling to make agreements in a hard divorce, navigating the struggles of co-parenting, or even dealing with a difficult workplace, knowing basic steps in conflict reduction and resolution is essential for a healthy success. Embrace it Conflict is not a bad thing. It may even be good for you, for your office, for… Continue reading →