Blog Posts in February, 2017

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  • 3 Things Women Should Know About Child Support

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 28-Feb-2017

    Divorce can be lengthy and complicated, and children can exacerbate the situation. Instead of two people parting ways after legal negotiations, the court must decide how connected the spouses will remain while their children grow up. And while two parents can split the cost of raising a child between their incomes, after a divorce, the responsibility may fall primarily on a parent with sole ...
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  • 4 Steps to a Financially Savvy Divorce

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 21-Feb-2017

    Most people know divorce can be a stressful time, but those who haven’t gone through it may not understand that part of the difficulty is financial. Some estimates put the average divorce cost anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000. However, holding off on divorce just because of expenses may not be an option. Here are a few steps you can take to save yourself money. Step 1: Make a Budget You need ...
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  • 10 Easy Tricks to Help You Get Through Divorce

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 8-Feb-2017

    Divorce is rarely easy on anyone, and even amicable ones can have an element of sadness, regret, and loss. Most people don’t see it coming, which is why coping with this event can be so hard. Here are a few tricks to help you get through this trying time. 1. Find a Therapist Many modern health insurance policies cover mental health, so finding and seeing a therapist shouldn’t be too ...
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  • Learn from Common Legal Mistakes Before Divorcing

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 3-Feb-2017

    It’s no surprise people begin divorce proceedings with no idea what to expect. Even those who have married and divorced before could make the mistake of misjudging how their new spouse will react to this legal situation. Try to avoid the following common mistakes people make when divorcing. Going Straight to Court People often think divorce has to be contentious and unpleasant, but this ...
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