When It's Your Ex's Turn With The Kids, Does He Or She Have To Tell You Where They Are?

Posted on: 27 March 2015

Spring break is coming, and with it comes a whole new set of child custody woes. If you're separated from your spouse, or newly divorced, it can be difficult to know how to handle some of the most challenging aspects of child custody, like vacation time. Here's what you should know. Your Ex Doesn't Have To Tell You Where They're Going This may shock you, but absent a court order, your ex doesn't have to tell you where he or she is taking the children while they're in his or her custody.
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Appointed Executor Of An Estate? What Next?

Posted on: 18 March 2015

If you've recently been asked to serve as the executor of a close friend or family member's estate, you may be wondering what your next steps should be. In many cases, the thought of gathering all necessary financial information and distributing the assets of the deceased can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, by hiring an estate administration attorney, you may be able to make this process much more streamlined and stress-free. Read on to learn more about what an estate executor does, as well as how an attorney like Edward G.
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Going Through A Divorce? 5 Ways To Help Your Child Adjust To The Changes

Posted on: 6 March 2015

Going through a divorce can be difficult, especially if children are involved. Not only will you be dealing with the divorce, you'll also be dealing with issues of child custody. Your attorney will help you work through the legalities of custody arrangements, but it will be up to you to create a healthy environment for your child. Here are some steps you can take to help your child deal with the changes that divorce will bring.
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How To Handle Marital Debt When You Divorce

Posted on: 24 February 2015

The finances involved in a divorce don't just involve splitting assets. Divorce settlements include dividing repayment of your outstanding debts as well. But just because the court says who should pay what doesn't mean it will happen. You need to take steps to protect your credit, especially if you are a joint credit card holder or co-borrower on a loan. It won't matter how the court divides the payment of marital debts between you, creditors will continue to hold both of you responsible.
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