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January 2018 Archives

More States Considering Shared Parenting Legislation

In 2017, a number of states either passed new laws or considered new laws which would put shared parenting into focus. The trend toward co-parenting is not a new one. The laws demonstrate an effort to correct bias and misconceptions about parenting and in response to cultural shifts. 

Can social media be evidence?

Over the past five to ten years, we, as a society have modified the ways in which we communicate. People are no longer writing letters or having to pick up the phone and call someone in order to stay connected. Rather, people can now post significant life events with a large group of individuals in less than five seconds. Social media and online accounts allow us to stay connected with our loved ones, or even not so loved ones, and see on an almost hourly basis what someone is doing, who they are with, what they are liking, and how they are feeling. As such, social media postings and accounts have become a big issue in legal proceeding, especially those involving family law issues. We put all types of information on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds including personal and lifestyle posts. 

3 ways the new tax law affects divorce

If you’re one of those go-getters who is always on top of things, you may have already completed your taxes. But, if you’re like most people, you may not have yet realized how quickly April 15th is approaching and it may be time to start working on your taxes.

After The Holidays - Time To Call It Quits?

After the hustle of the holiday season and the craziness of multiple family and social events, some couples realize that the time has come to end their relationship. January is a common time for couples to file for divorce as the holidays come to an end and reality sets in. It is so common that in the UK, they refer to January 8 as "Divorce Day."

The Importance Of Changing Beneficiary Designations After Divorce

A divorce proceeding requires a number of important decisions to make regarding property, parenting time, the marital home, non-marital property and financial support among many other matters to address. However, once the ink is dry on your divorce decree, there are often a number of equally important matters to take care of after the proceeding. 

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