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Who gets the dog in a divorce?

Divorces can be hard on everyone involved, including the pets. Over the years, your domesticated animal has become more than just a pet, but instead part of the family. You can’t split up the family dog. Thus, when a couple gets divorced, your canine friend has...

If your spouse is seeking sole custody, you can fight it

You and your spouse have been angry with each other for a long time, so when you decided to divorce, it was no big surprise. What you weren’t expecting was for them to push so hard for sole custody of your child. You can’t let that happen, but is there...

Understanding the role of a parenting coordinator

If the relationship between separated or divorced parents is so bad that they’re unable to co-parent their children, a parent (or parenting) coordinator (PC) may be necessary. A PC may be ordered by a court or parents may decide on their own that they need one....

Blindsided by divorce? Think quickly to protect yourself

You didn’t think that your relationship was bad enough to result in a divorce, but your spouse proved you wrong as they handed you the divorce paperwork. They claimed they had been unhappy for a long time, even though everything seemed normal on the surface....