It’s That Time of Year! 7 Ways to Cope when the Kids Go Back to School

by: Julia Rodgers It’s that time of the year again, time for the kids to go back to school. For recently divorced parents, this can be an especially difficult time of the year. There are likely many emotions surrounding this transition, and there will likely be a need for communication between parents to help facilitate…
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Life Insurance and Divorce

By: Jennifer R. Silva, Esq. An ongoing life insurance obligation is an issue that is often addressed in a divorce case that involves unemancipated children and/or when there is an obligation for one party to pay alimony to the other.  Life insurance is considered a “safety net” in the event that the insured party dies…
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7 Tips for Talking to Kids About Divorce

by: Julia Rodgers Divorce impacts everyone differently, and children are no exception. Oftentimes, the way in which a divorce plays out can affect the magnitude of such an impact. During times of transition, such as divorce, one of the best ways to help children adjust in a healthy way is to talk about it. Opening…
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