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  • Family Law Issues that Can Arise When Unmarried Couples Have Children

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 21-Dec-2015

    Nowadays, many unmarried couples have children. For some, these circumstances never become an issue. On the other hand, some unmarried couples that choose to have children experience complex situations and various difficulties further down the unmarried road. Below are issues that can arise for unmarried couples, who share children, after separation: 1. Enforcing Child Custody and Visitation ...
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  • How Post-Divorce Can Be Complicated

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 19-Nov-2015

    The entire process of divorce is daunting and emotionally and mentally taxing. In most cases, divorcing partners are delighted when they finally achieve the final divorce settlement agreement. Many individuals feel that at this point, they are in a comfortable position with reasonably satisfying divorce results and expect to receive what was outlined in the agreement. This is not always the case. ...
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  • How to Make the Best of the Holiday While Going Through Divorce

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 10-Nov-2015

    No matter what time of year it may be, divorce can be a daunting and emotionally draining process. During the holidays, this sadness can grow worse, especially because family settings are a little different during the process. However, it is important to maintain a positive attitude during a divorce and to enjoy each day, including the holidays, as much as possible. If you are going through a ...
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  • Why it is Important for Children to Maintain Relationships with Both Parents After Divorce

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 3-Nov-2015

    The divorce process and outcomes of a divorce can be extremely stressful and emotionally draining. While some divorces end without any large disputes, others end with serious disagreements, fights, and resentment. As a result, many divorcing partners forget about the feelings and emotions of shared children involved in the process. Oftentimes, many parents direct their feelings and emotions ...
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  • Age of Marriage Could Indicate Likelihood of Divorce, Study Says

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 27-Oct-2015

    They say that age is only a number, but can a person’s age have an effect on the likelihood of success or failure in their marriage? According to research conducted by Nicholas H. Wolfinger of the Institute for Family Studies, it appears as though those who get married after their early 30s are more likely to divorce than those who marry in their late 20s. While many people have agreed in ...
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