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Speaking with a family law attorney for the first time

If you are considering divorce, it is a good idea to speak with an experienced divorce attorney. Here are some ways to prepare for that first conversation.

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How do student loans factor into a st. louis divorce?

We often think of student loans as a personal, non-marital, debt.

Child support

An Overview of Child Support

Child custody

An overview of child custody laws in Ontario.

What are we? defining dating relationships in the age of tinder, bumble, and coffee meets bagel

Dating applications have significantly changed the dynamics of dating.

Divorce is final, now what?

Three basic steps to consider now that your divorce is over

Social media during divorce

If you are, or anticipate being, involved in a divorce or other family law proceeding, think very carefully about what you put out there – it may come back to bite you.

Marital property verses separate property

When is property considered separate property, and therefore not divisible in a divorce?