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November 2017 Archives

A key final step in any international adoption

After spending months preparing yourself and your home for a new child, and spending thousands of dollars in adoption fees, you’ve just returned from China with your new baby daughter, ready to begin your life as a family. Congratulations! But before you get too settled in, there’s one more important step you should consider taking to avoid trouble and heartache further down the line: international re-adoption.

Could you lose your dog in a divorce?

Divorce involves the dividing of shared property when two people no longer wish to be married. Historically, the court has lumped pets into this category of “property”, which means you could risk losing them in a divorce—just like your house or car. For pet owners who view their pets as family, this news can be a hard pill to swallow. However, the tides are starting to turn on this issue, and some state lawmakers are changing the way they view pets.

3 reasons why it might help to treat a co-parent like a co-worker

Think about someone with whom you have to work but don't necessarily like. You might make small talk occasionally, but ultimately, you'd rather not hear too much about his or her personal life. Your encounters are typically brief, but there are times when you need to work together to tackle a complicated problem so you have to maintain some amount of civility.

Disputes over 'best interests of the child' can wind up in court

Divorcing or divorced parents are likely quite familiar with the phrase "best interests of the child." This is the standard that courts, mediators and parents are supposed to use when making decisions about issues like custody and parenting plans.

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