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  • Explaining Divorce to Your Children
    Explaining Divorce to Your Children

    Children adore their family members, which is often the reason it can be tough for them to grasp the idea of divorce. In many cases, it can be difficult for children to comprehend the permanence of ...

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  • What Divorce Does to a Child
    What Divorce Does to a Child

    Divorce is never an easy decision to make, but sometimes it is the best one for everyone involved. When parents get divorced, it will not only affect them but their children as well. Oftentimes, ...

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  • Should You Wait to Get Divorced for Your Child’s Sake?
    Should You Wait to Get Divorced for Your Child’s Sake?

    Divorce doesn’t just happen to a couple. It happens to everyone around them as well, including their children. When parents decide a divorce is the best solution for them, they will likely consider ...

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  • Can You File an Injunction for Domestic Violence Against Your Spouse When You’re Still Married?
    Can You File an Injunction for Domestic Violence Against Your Spouse When You’re Still Married?

    Domestic violence can happen at any point in a relationship. In the U.S. alone, 24 people per minute are victims of domestic violence by an intimate partner. If you are married and experience domestic ...

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  • How Domestic Violence Injunctions Affect Child Visitation Rights
    How Domestic Violence Injunctions Affect Child Visitation Rights

    Many instances of domestic violence , unfortunately, occur within marriages. When a victim of domestic violence decides to get out of the marriage, many times the victim will request a restraining ...

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  • What Happens When A Married Couple Accuse Each Other of Domestic Violence?
    What Happens When A Married Couple Accuse Each Other of Domestic Violence?

    Nearly 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men experience physical violence in a relationship at some point in their lives. In fact, domestic violence accounts for about a quarter of all violent victimization. ...

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