Tag Archives: Divorced

Children Need Relationships with Both Divorced Parents

Determining the allocation of parental responsibilities can feel like a competition between parents to see who can receive more parental powers after a divorce. Parents will present their own strengths and the other parent’s weaknesses, with the prize being a … Continue reading

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Special Considerations for Getting Divorced as a Senior Citizen in Texas

If you are over the age of 65 and you have decided to bring your marriage to an end, it will be important to carefully assess the unique factors involved in getting divorced as a senior citizen. While many aspects … Continue reading

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What happens on death when you've been separated from your spouse for eons, but not divorced?

Many of you know people who have been separated from a spouse for years but who have never bothered to go through with the divorce. Sometimes I meet clients who tell me that they have been separated for 25 or … Continue reading

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This is What Happens When Divorced Couples Engage in Harassment

There’s no absolute on what happens when divorced couples engage in harassment. Some are content to just avoid contact all on their own. Of course, this is much simpler if there are no children involved. Meanwhile, many former husbands and … Continue reading

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Getting Divorced? Check Out These Pennsylvania Divorce Myths.

If you have just started your divorce journey, you’re likely gathering information. Independent research and advice from family and friends can be useful at this time. However, hearsay can create false knowledge, which doesn’t help anyone. At our firm, we … Continue reading

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