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Family Law

Parenting Time for Parents

By: Michele Olsen, Esq., MA, MSW When the issue of residential custody of the child(ren) is contested in a divorce action, everyone breathes a sigh of relief when it is finally resolved. At the very least, this settles the issue of not only where the child(ren) will...

Extended Families and Divorce

By Regina M. Competiello, Esq. When a family is going through a divorce, it is more than just the immediate family that feels the effects of the separation and changes. Grandparents, aunts, and uncles may see their time limited, as one parent or another also has...

Who Gets Fido?

By Regina M. Competiello, Esq. For a multitude of reasons, it can easily be said that our pets have gone from a place where they were once accessory companions to where they are now integral parts of our families. People view their dogs not just as their pets, but as...

Paying For College After The Divorce

By Hope Tuber Most divorces can be settled obviating the need for protracted and costly litigation. When the parties reach a settlement, it is important that the agreement for the children of the marriage. What parties sometimes over look is what is going to be in...