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March 2017 Archives

Make your plan to leave an abusive relationship

Domestic violence is a serious matter that you have to think carefully about. If you are the victim of domestic violence, you might be trying to decide if you are going to leave or not. Typically, the choice comes down to how much more abuse can you take and how prepared you are to leave.

Use the time you have with your child to build a relationship

Visitation is a huge part of child custody cases. You and your child need time together so you can build and maintain a relationship. This can't happen if you aren't able to see your child. As we discussed in a previous blog post, visitation schedules vary from one case to the next. The important thing to remember is that your child's best interests must remain at the heart of the case.

Divorcing an angry ex requires thought and planning

In our past couple of blog posts, we've discussed domestic violence and how this can impact a marriage. We discussed how people who are victims of domestic violence might choose to file for a restraining order against their alleged abuser. We also discussed how domestic violence might impact your divorce. If your case includes claims of domestic violence, you should review those posts. But, what if your case doesn't involve abuse but does include an angry ex?

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