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Living in the Digital Age has radically changed how society communicates and interacts. Social media has (seemingly) made most forms of privacy a thing of the past, often rendering what you post or click or share public to the world. This means that everyone can...

The legal definition of Domestic Violence is fairly straightforward: assault, battery, stalking, or criminal harassment perpetrated by someone against a family or household member. While this doesn’t leave much to uncertainty, what may not be clear is what an individual should do if they are...

A qualified domestic relations order ("QDRO") is a domestic relations order that should be included in a divorce proceeding, typically when dealing with pension funds. A QDRO will allow for the transfer of value of certain investments while enabling the recipient to continue to postpone taxes...

Domestic violence occurs in relationships where one person is abusive to the other person that they are supposed to love. In many cases, domestic violence is ignored, overlooked or denied by the offended and the offender. Anyone in a relationship can be abused, it doesn’t...

Divorce is one of the leading causes of stress in children, as more than 1.5 million youngsters have parents who have begun the process. During the process, parents are rightfully concerned about their children’s welfare (in and out of the classroom), as reports have shown that...

Divorce is never an easy process. If you have been married for a long time, the decision to divorce can be a costly one in terms of finances, the amount of time consumed, as well as the emotional challenges that must be faced. When it...

One of the most difficult transitions to make in life is becoming a single parent.  It is often a lonely and confusing time that is, typically, a result of underlying situations, whatever those might be.  Perhaps the love of your life recently passed away or...

If you’ve just been served divorce paperwork, your first reaction is probably fearful, emotional, and full of confusion.  That’s not (necessarily) a bad thing, and it’s perfectly natural.  But quickly, your emotions probably shift from surprised to curious, and the question comes up.  After having...