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    The prospect of children is one major purpose of marriage for many couples. Mom and dad playing with the kids in the summer, seeing children light up at Christmas time, and the many firsts that children experience – these things are all rooted in the minds of prospective parents. Because the parenting experience is...

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    Handling a divorce is a difficult enough situation for adults — so how do you handle informing a young child when the two most important people in his or her life are getting divorced? Simply put, there is no easy way to do this. But there are ways and techniques to use that will...

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    When parents split up, the children caught in the middle often wind up suffering the most. Parents can make the transitions caused as a result of a breakup easier for their children by placing their children’s needs above any personal feelings they might have for their former partners. By working together in their children’s...

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    In recent years, family law practitioners have embraced innovative and progressive approaches to child custody and support matters to help ease the inevitable conflict and emotion that arise when a marriage breaks up. Even so, many of the same problems still occur, especially with child custody and support. Child custody and support disputes can create stress...

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    California’s underground economy is booming. This hidden, untaxed economy generates an estimated $60 billion to $140 billion per year. That translates into a loss to the state in tax revenues of between $3 billion and $6 billion annually. Constructing an Underground Economy One of the places the underground economy flourishes is in the construction...

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    The insurance industry has found a new product to sell to would-be insured: Divorce insurance. SafeGuard Guaranty Corp of North Carolina introduced WedLock, which is the world’s first divorce insurance, designed to offer financial assistance in the event of a divorce to help cover some of the associated costs, from moving to a new home and...

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    Child visitation issues can arise when parents, whether married or unwed, decide to end their relationship. Courts, guardian ad litems, attorneys, experts and lay witnesses can all affect a child’s future relationship with his or her parents. While most are motivated by what is in the best interest of the child, parents can make...

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    Child custody disputes are all over the news lately, and few are more visible than the dispute between actor Charlie Sheen and his wife Brooke Mueller over the custody of their two-year-old twins. In fact, the news interviews read like a primer on what not to do if you’re hoping to win custody of...

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