Posts Tagged ‘plan’

Avoiding Competition in Coparenting and Planning the Best Summer

Summer vacation can sometimes be difficult to plan – now add in a divorce and you have one confusing summer. Some parents are unsure of where to turn when they are planning summer for the first time since their divorce. The season is supposed to be one of fun, relaxation, and excitement, so we will… Continue reading →

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How to Include the Children in a Summer Coparenting Plan

As we all know, children do best with routine and structure in their lives. Sometimes, with a court-ordered custody plan, children miss out on vital time around the year with one parent. This is why, during the summer months, it is imperative that children get to spend time with both of their parents to maintain… Continue reading →

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Obamacare and Its Effects on Family Law

Unfortunately for Americans who get married, there is always the chance that aspects of the marriage may not work out – leading to divorce. There are many things that become a huge deal in the midst of divorce, from child custody to splitting financial assets… but what about health insurance under the Affordable Care Act,… Continue reading →

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Divorce and Your Retirement Plans: An FAQ

Divorce can put a damper on many aspects of former spouse’s lives, in many ways. However, what happens if a retirement plan is involved? Today we look at many questions regarding retirement plans and the effect that divorce has on them. Nobody wants to lose out over a divorce, so read some of our helpful… Continue reading →

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