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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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New App Aims to Help Parents Post-Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Navigating how to co-parent during and after divorce is one of the biggest stresses single parents have. There is a lot of information that parents need to stay in compliance with the parenting plan, and as a preventative measure in case a dispute arises about parenting time or financial contributions. The current structure of… Read More »

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Evaluating the Different Options to Get Divorced

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Obtaining a divorce requires a couple to make a series of important decisions that will have long-term impacts on their future, including selecting which process to use to end the marriage. It may seem like the path chosen to arrive at divorce is an incidental factor, but it can have substantial implications for the… Read More »

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Is Posting Information about Your Divorce on Social Media a Good Idea?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Many people view their online social media accounts as an extension of themselves, and sometimes without thinking, post information about personal matters that is best left private. Posting about major life events online, and providing all the details, is not necessarily prudent. Divorce is one those areas where information should be kept to a… Read More »

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Who Pays for the Divorce?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

In addition to the emotional challenges of divorce, there is the very concerning issue of how to handle the financial fallout of this decision. Finances play a huge role in people’s lives, and can force couples to stay together for fear of financial collapse. Once the wheels are put in motion to form separate… Read More »

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Who Gets to Stay in Marital Home during a Divorce?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Spouses often have emotional attachments to their marital home, due to the hard work that was needed to purchase it and its likely status as the most valuable asset they possess. The marital home takes on a new and greater significance if a divorce occurs as the parties try to decide present and future… Read More »

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Figuring Out Where to File for Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Many people think the hardest part of getting divorced is making the decision to end the relationship, but this step is just the first in a complicated and technical process to legally sever ties with a spouse. To initiate a divorce, a petition must be filed with a court that has jurisdiction, or authority,… Read More »

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Paternity Claims Can Extend Beyond Death

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Knowing who one’s parents are is a fact taken for granted by most children, but there is a distinct difference between being told a particular person is one’s mother or father, and whether the law recognizes this person as a parent. Any woman that gives birth to a child, not including surrogates, is automatically… Read More »

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