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  • How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist

    Co-parenting can be challenging in any circumstance. Making decisions about your children’s education, medical care, upbringing, and other aspects can be difficult when working together with someone who lives separately and may have differing opinions. What becomes even more challenging is when you are co-parenting with a narcissist or someone who exhibits those traits. MayoClinic defines ...
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  • Do I Need a Lawyer to Get Divorced in Connecticut?

    You are not required to retain an attorney and have the right to represent yourself during your divorce proceedings. However, it is in your best interest that you retain a reliable attorney. Even if you and your soon-to-be-ex partner plan to file uncontested, you should have an attorney review the terms of your agreement and ensure that the settlement is fair to you. 5 Reasons You Need a Divorce ...
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  • How to Handle Your Assets & Debts During Divorce

    Getting through divorce is hard for most couples, especially when it comes to separating finances and property. If you are getting divorced but don’t know what you need to do to ensure the best possible outcome, you should consider the following things: List Your Finances If you want to reach a fair divorce settlement, you need to understand all of your finances. Make a list of all your assets and ...
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  • Summer Vacation Tips for Divorced Parents

    If you are divorced and have to share custody of your children with your ex, you already know how difficult summer can be for both parents. As parents, it is important that you both do whatever you can to help your children get used to living with separate parents. Effective communication is crucial if you want to be good co-parents, which is why we give you a few tips below that help you manage ...
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  • Estate Planning for a Pretermitted Child

    Of all the villains to appear in Batman movies over the years, it is often Heath Ledger’s version of the Joker that audiences rave about. While Jack Nicholson is another top pick for memorable performance in a Batman film, Ledger’s exceptional acting and dark portrayal of the character earned him the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Sadly, Heath Ledger died of an accidental drug overdose ...
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  • What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?

    When you’re dealing with a legal matter, whether it’s the difficulty of a family law issue, an elder law or estate planning matter, or even a criminal law case, having an attorney you can openly and honestly discuss your issue with is vital. However, some of the information you may need to discuss with them is sensitive, embarrassing, or even potentially incriminating. How do you know that your ...
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