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  • 12
    July

    Are There Limits on Where a Parent Can Move?

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    Are There Limits on Where a Parent Can Move?
    It is widely known that children develop better when they are kept on fixed schedule and the experience little chaos or uncertainty in their household and school environments. This need for routine and limited change is the landscape a child needs to build security about the world and ...
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  • The Effect of Divorce on the Distribution of Property after Death
    Receiving the final copy of a divorce decree usually produces a cathartic response in the parties, as they now have verifiable proof the marriage is both legally and emotionally over. It is at this point most ex-spouses can finally start to heal and move on from this difficult ...
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  • 21
    June

    Grandparents’ Right to Visitation

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    Grandparents’ Right to Visitation
    When people think about who is most affected by divorce they usually picture the couple and any children they may share, but that is far from the whole picture. Extended family members and friends are also impacted by the divorce process as the parents figure out where they ...
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  • 7
    June

    How Courts Decide Parenting Time

    By Iafrate & Salassa

    How Courts Decide Parenting Time
    There are few issues in divorce that can create more animosity than decisions around child custody and parenting time. The emotional charge around this topic certainly makes sense when one considers what is at stake, and both parties often have strong opinions about which one is better equipped ...
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