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Blog Posts in December, 2016
Initiating Divorce During the Holidays
Posted on Dec 21, 2016 By McKinley Irvin
It’s not uncommon for a person or couple to decide to divorce around the holidays. Many do choose to wait until after the new year to file, which is why there are typically a lot more divorce ...
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How You May Be Sabotaging Yourself in a Divorce
Posted on Dec 14, 2016 By McKinley Irvin
In a divorce, there is a fine line between zealously protecting yourself during proceedings (even if things seem to be going amicably) and becoming too aggressive. Aggressive behaviors are often the ...
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DIY Divorce: 3 Things You Should Know
Posted on Dec 7, 2016 By McKinley Irvin
It’s not uncommon for some couples to choose not to work with an attorney and instead handle their divorce themselves. Sometimes, they hope to save money, and other times, they feel that an ...
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