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Blog Posts in 2015

Holiday Child Custody Plans

Bringing the entire family together for the holidays can be a tricky endeavor for anyone. Matters are sure to only get more complicated if you are divorced and share children with your ex-spouse, ...
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What Determines the "Best Interests of the Child?"

In child custody and visitation cases, couples are encouraged to reach an agreement on how the child will divide his/her time, with whom the child will live, and other issues regarding the child's ...
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How to Solve Property Division Issues

If divorcing spouses are unwilling to cooperate with each other, then the distribution of marital property can become a contentious issue. As each side tries its best to secure more assets than the ...
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Child Custody Issues When a Same-Sex Couple Gets Divorced

When the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriages nationwide, it was an historic moment for same-sex couples. Although it was a groundbreaking victory for marriage equality, same-sex ...
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Will All My Assets Be Lost in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as the "straight" or "liquidation" bankruptcy – it is designed to give debtors a fresh start by wiping out most types of debts. In return, the ...
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Signs of Bankruptcy In Your Own Life

The struggle to find financial stability after particularly large expenditures or damaging losses can leave even the best of us feeling winded. Day after day of digging to try to get out of debt can ...
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Differences Between Contested v. Uncontested Divorce

Divorce is never an easy decision, nor is it a simple process to go through. There are many things that need to be considered before going through with the dissolution of your marriage. Here at Arnold ...
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