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Responding to a Child Custody-Related Emergency

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorced and unmarried parents no longer together will likely both struggle with child custody-related disputes at some point. Even couples in happy relationships occasionally disagree about child rearing, and parents who are estranged have less incentive to work through these issues, allowing disagreements to sometimes escalate. Having a court-approved parenting plan that sets out… Read More »

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Practical Tips on the Role of Finances in Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Filing for divorce sets a number of wheels in motion that can have drastic, long-term and permanent consequences for both spouses. One pressing concern shared by most divorcing couples is what their finances will look like once the divorce is complete. Figuring out how to live on one income after years of dividing expenses… Read More »

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What Can You Do to Stop Harassing Litigation Tactics?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorce and other family law matters frequently provoke strong and conflicting emotions between spouses and parents. If disputes cannot be settled between the parties through mediation, negotiation or another less adversarial resolution method, litigation through the court system is necessary. While litigation is not the preferred approach to resolving legal disputes due to the… Read More »

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Who Gets to Keep the Ring in a Divorce or Broken Engagement?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Rings and other jewelry given to commemorate or symbolize the marriage of two people naturally create a lot of emotional attachment for both the giver and receiver. These items are usually quite expensive, and in some relationships, represent the most valuable piece of property either person owns. Thus, when a ring is presented to… Read More »

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Negotiating a Fair Property Settlement Agreement in Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Securing a fair and adequate property settlement is a core goal of many divorces. While this issue may be litigated and decided by a court, a judge is limited by the strictures of the law, and importantly, litigation puts the details of the divorce into the public record for friends, family, coworkers and complete… Read More »

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Complications of Child Int’l Relocation

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Not seeing one’s child on a daily basis due to a shared custody arrangement is one of the hardest aspects of being a single parent. In the best of situations, the child does not live far, allowing a parent easier access and notification if there is a problem or a change in the time-sharing… Read More »

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Legislators Look to End Marriage to Underage Girls

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Making the decision to get married should be one of the most exciting times in a person’s life, but this happiness is only possible if getting married is chosen and voluntary. If the contrary is true, and a person wants out of the relationship, divorce is the process most people first consider, but there… Read More »

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Avoiding Conflict Over Parenting Time During the Holidays

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

The holidays are traditionally associated with family, friends and celebrating the good things in life. Maintaining this balance can quickly become a challenge when there is a split of parenting time. Each parent has an understandable desire to spend the entire holiday season with their child, but this image is not realistic when child… Read More »

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Options When a Parent Lies to Get Custody

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Children are a central component of a parent’s life, and sharing them with another person, especially one that until recently was an intimate partner, is understandably difficult. However, it is rare that a parent is completely blocked from exercising any parenting responsibilities, so reconciling the need for long-term cooperation is usually in the best… Read More »

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When Would a Court Give Custody to a Non-Parent?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Raising a child without some help and contributions from family and friends is virtually impossible. Childrearing is a full-time, constant endeavor that requires help from the outside for a parent to fulfill his/her responsibilities. However, when it comes to who has final authority over a child, one or both parents are overwhelmingly the only… Read More »

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