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  • Bankruptcy Filings and the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Bankruptcy Filings and the COVID-19 Pandemic
    The COVID-19 pandemic brought the economy to its knees. However, thus far, personal bankruptcy filings in 2020 are still trailing 2019’s figures. ...
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  • Can I Modify My Child Custody Order?

    A child custody order does not have to remain the same forever. If your situation changed or the situation of your former spouse changed, you can ...
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  • Four Different Ways to Get a Divorce—What's Right for You?

    Four Different Ways to Get a Divorce—What's Right for You?
    It's no secret that getting a divorce can be complicated. If you're thinking about dissolving your marriage, understanding the different options ...
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  • What to Expect from the San Diego Superior Court During COVID-19

    What to Expect from the San Diego Superior Court During COVID-19
    Businesses and locations across the country have closed their doors to the public thanks to COVID-19, and courts are no exception. In an effort to ...
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  • Why is Mediation Better for Children?

    Ending a marriage is never easy for anyone, but it is often vastly more challenging for children to cope with. If you and your spouse have children ...
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  • For American Families, COVID-19 Is Far from Over-Here's what to Expect

    For American Families, COVID-19 Is Far from Over-Here's what to Expect
    Writing "COVID-19 has impacted families across the US" would be something of a gross understatement. From financial instability, to an eminent housing ...
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  • 2020 Property Division Tips

    2020 Property Division Tips
    Property division is one of the most complex divorce-related processes. The outcome of your property division dispute could impact your short and ...
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  • How to "Win" at Mediation

    How to
    Many family law judges require divorcees to go through mediation before continuing their divorce in court. One thought crosses the mind of most ...
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