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Four Tips to Reduce Stress During a State of Emergency

Four Tips to Reduce Stress During a State of Emergency By Shari´ Morris During a state of emergency, it’s natural to wonder how yourparenting time will be affected. Before making an already stressful situation worse, here are four tips for handling court ordered parenting time. Stay safe. First and foremost, please heed all warnings regarding …

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Demystifying Divorce

Irreconcilable Differences: A Case Study in Grounds for Divorce By Shari´ Morris When it comes to divorce, often a spouse is looking for answers in all the wrong places. Consequently, the spouse is overwhelmed with tons of misinformation. One of the biggest misconceptions you need your spouse’s permission or agreement to get the divorce. While …

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Family Law Myths Debunked: Alimony, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support

Family Law Myths Debunked: Alimony, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support By Shari´ Morris         1.   Child Support is a requirement by law. It cannot be waived by agreement of both parties. This statement is true if there is any type of court action (divorce, child support/custody alimony, legitimation, etc.) pending before …

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Not Married But Have Children? Cover Your Estate Assets

Not Married But Have Children? Cover Your Estate Assets By Shari’ Morris The strong sense of urgency and pressure to get married before starting a family has, on a general level, diminished. While having children without being married is no new concept, this blog focuses on individuals who are in a committed relationship, living together, …

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