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Conflict between couples can range from the mundane (“My partner refuses to empty the dishwasher!”) to the very significant – when one partner wants children and the other does not. When major (or minor) issues get in the way of the marriage, it can be enough for some couples to want to call it quits....
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Adopting a step-child is a big step. Not only does it solidify the emotional bond you have with your step-child(ren), it also guarantees your legal rights as their adoptive parent. This means it enables you to participate in decisions involving health care and education as well as carry the weight of other important legal and...
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Say your ex has been out of a job for a while and recently took a new one, or they have been working continuously but just accepted a promotion with a big pay raise. Does that mean your alimony can now be modified?  The answer is…it depends. Understanding Florida alimony laws The amount of alimony...
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Ask any kid and they’re likely to say that Halloween ranks right up there as one of their favorite holidays of the year. Some even begin planning their costume months in advance. And we agree! Halloween is fun – the costumes, the parties, the spooky fun and, of course, all the candy. But Halloween also...
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By: Sarah Giller Nelson, Professional organizer The best way to create a clutter-free home is to develop well thought out systems that reflect your lifestyles needs. This process takes time, energy, and focus. If you find you are short on time or energy (as many of us are), you can still find space and de-clutter by getting...
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Losing a partner is devastating, but losing that partner with no certainty of their death can be even more emotionally distressing. Finding a way to move forward with your life when your spouse is presumed dead is difficult to do without some kind of closure. Legally, it can also be difficult to take certain actions,...
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