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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • COVID-19 and Custody Orders
    COVID-19 and Custody Orders

    I have received many calls from individuals regarding whether or not custody orders for exchanges should be adhered to or not. Unless a court has modified your custody order you must abide by the ...

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  • A Practical Guide to Keeping Track of Child Support
    A Practical Guide to Keeping Track of Child Support

    Almost every week I talk to so many people about child support issues. One of the biggest issues is that people have trouble keeping track of what has been paid and was has not been paid. This is ...

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  • Tip of the Week - Tell the Truth
    Tip of the Week - Tell the Truth

    If you don’t know what to say in court… simply tell the truth. While things may not always go your way the truth is what it is. Your attorney is always prepared for the truth regarding a matter to ...

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  • Recommendations for Family Communication Tools
    Recommendations for Family Communication Tools

    In most of the custody cases that I have, I recommend using Our Family Wizard or Talkingparents.com. These are programs that have assisted countless families to communicate with each other. Not only ...

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  • Tip of the Week - Be Respectful
    Tip of the Week - Be Respectful

    Countless times I have told people coming to court to remain respectful and not to talk out of turn. Whenever a client decides to talk to the court in an inappropriate manner it never turns out good ...

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  • Child Custody Modification
    Child Custody Modification

    When you go to see an attorney to modify a child custody order always bring a copy of your prior order. If you don’t have one you can obtain it from the prior court that issued the order. For ...

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