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Whether in the middle of a paternity or divorce, issues of time-sharing may be resolved with a lot less rancor and haggling if we think of how to make it work for children.  What follows assumes that there are no questions of neglect or abuse of children in any given situation.

Separation in paternity cases […]

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A couple of weeks ago I had a conversation with a prospective client who had been served with divorce papers. The time to file an answer had come and gone.

It sounded like she wanted to do something about it, especially because there are children involved. After explaining that they still had options and […]

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Play grounds or play dates, where toddlers and 4 or 5 year olds play, offer a wonderful opportunity to learn how to deal with conflict in family cases, whether it be a divorce or a paternity.  If you have children, or are around them a lot, you will see what I mean.

There is a […]

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