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  • I Don't Want My Children to Move Away
    I Don't Want My Children to Move Away

    It has happened. You just received news from your children’s other parent that they are moving out of town and planning to take the children with them. Questions are racing around your mind: How can ...

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  • Moving with the Children - Considerations Before Court
    Moving with the Children - Considerations Before Court

    A common issue in custody cases is one of distance – what happens when one parent wants to move with the children? In my years as a Family Law Attorney, I have seen a number of situations where a ...

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  • Custody and Visitation During the Holidays
    Custody and Visitation During the Holidays

    The holiday season is a time for friends and family to get together and create lasting memories. Your children cannot wait to make S'mores and drink hot chocolate while watching their favorite holiday ...

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  • Take Control, Be Empowered, Gain Positive Outcomes
    Take Control, Be Empowered, Gain Positive Outcomes

    "A clear purpose will unite you as you move forward, values will guide your behavior, and goals will focus your energy." - Kenneth H. Blanchard In a complex legal system where values, goals, and ...

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  • Hello. My Name Is...
    Hello. My Name Is...

    My ex-girlfriend and I have a six-month old daughter. We separated while my ex was still pregnant and I was not at the hospital when our daughter was born because she did not call me. My daughter was ...

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  • Can an Abusive Parent Maintain Visitations?
    Can an Abusive Parent Maintain Visitations?

    My ex-boyfriend has a heart condition and started drinking heavily which caused an interaction with his medication. One night he was very agitated and began hitting me and choked our daughter. He has ...

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