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4 Reasons To Cool It On Social Media During Divorce

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If you are getting a divorce, it may be tempting to post updates about the situation you are in, your feelings about your soon-to-be ex, or about your new lifestyle, on social media sites. There are a number of things you should refrain from doing to avoid causing additional problems for all concerned, including yourself. 1. Your children may end up reading something you posted about your ex. If you have children, they could end up accessing things you have posted about your soon-to-be ex.…

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Trees and Your Neighbors: 5 Typical Real Estate Quarrels

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You are supposed to “love thy neighbor,” but it doesn’t mean that you have to love their trees. This is especially true when their trees are causing problems on your property. Tree disputes are pretty common among homeowners. Therefore, if you are purchasing your first home and are just moving into the neighborhood, you may want to familiarize yourself with these real estate disputes in case you run into trouble with a neighboring property and homeowner:…

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Denial Of Visitation And The Custodial Parent

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Being the custodial parent of minor children carries with it a responsibility to ensure that any agreed-upon and court-ordered visitation orders are followed. If you are having issues with any aspect of your child visitation schedule, you must follow proper legal channels to make changes. Visitation orders are handed down by a judge, and only a judge can adjust or suspend visitation. If you are experiencing problems with your current visitation schedule or with your ex-spouse, read below for information on how to best handle the situation.…

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