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Resolve to be Better Co-Parents in 2021

If you're in a co-parenting situation and you've survived 2020 with no issues, congratulations! The world has been hard enough this year without drama from your ex. Regardless of how your relationship with your ex/co-parent has been, regardless of why you separated or...

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“They took my baby!”

Maggie was devastated. Her little one had been molested, little doubt about that. That was awful, terrible, soul crushing, but DFCS was blaming her husband. She just knew he would never do such a thing. He loved that little girl more than life itself. He was a devoted...

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Back to School, Children

It's that time of year again! It's Back to School for our children, only this year without the benefit of a tax free weekend. But that's another story for another day. As a society, we mark the passage of childhood in a number of ways, and the progress from one school...

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Bring Your Daughter to Work Day

This is a post about "mansplaining" and misogyny in the courtroom. This is a post dedicated to all the women out there who come in and crush it in the courtroom. Oftentimes in heels or itchy pantyhose. Oftentimes after dropping their little ones off - that is, after...

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The Ring Didn’t Mean A Thing!

This is it! The moment you have been dreaming of since you were a child. A ring has been purchased and exchanged. You and your betrothed are parading around town shining your love light as far as you possibly can. There are dozens of heavy bridal magazines arriving in...

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Motion to Produce the Children

Tonight's post on producing children was written by our Marietta divorce attorney, Alyssa Blanchard.So you've filed for divorce. As far as you are concerned, this may be the best decision that you have ever made. You have fallen out of love, you are ready to move on...

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Children: Blurred Lines

Tonight's post about children and blurred lines was written by our Lawrenceville attorney, Brandy Alexander.Children, especially teenage children, often blur the line of adult and child. By the time they reach their teen years we adults have begun to encourage...

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