HONOR THY FATHER

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How do you celebrate traditional milestones such as Father’s Day in the midst of a hi-conflict divorce process when your children are angry or separated from you? Although I can recall a long list of days that have been challenging in my life, one of the most difficult things I had to do was support my children in honoring their father while I was in the midst of my divorce.

During the early stages of my divorce, I remember taking my ...

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PREPARING DIVORCE FILES

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Whether you have decided to represent yourself (pro se) or have hired an attorney in your divorce, it is important to set aside time to gather and organize a multitude of financial information including your credit card statements, bank statements and tax returns. While you can begin to gather this information on your own, it can quickly become overwhelming and time consuming especially if your assets are complex. If you find yourself avoiding this task or avoiding your ...

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VETTING DIVORCE TEAMS

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You have made the painful decision to file for divorce or you have been served divorce papers. What happens next? Anger, sadness, mistrust, fear of loss of control, and a general sense of being overwhelmed can lead to resistance in seeking legal representation and other advisory support. Although it can be costly, in situations where there are children and/or complicated assets, engaging an attorney early in the process can be helpful as you and your spouse attempt to ...

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