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Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Are you thinking about declaring bankruptcy? You might not realize there are two types: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. While most people think of Chapter 7 bankruptcy first, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be advantageous as well, depending on your specific situation. Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Before we start talking about
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How Should I File My Taxes While Going Through A Divorce?

Filing your own taxes can be difficult in any situation, but if you are currently filing for divorce during tax season, managing your finances can become even more complex. Divorce can change your financial situation significantly, especially if you receive or have to pay child support or alimony. After years of filing
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Can a Child Refuse Visitation?

Divorce can raise several issues for a family, especially if you and your former spouse have children together. When you decide to file for divorce, the court will enforce a custody agreement, which outlines several terms for your children, including child support payments, living arrangements, and, of course, visitation schedules. Due to
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How Do I Become a Guardian?

Whether a death occurs in the family or the birth parents of a child are unable or unfit to care for him or her, some vulnerable people may not receive proper care or support they need to survive. In these situations, you may step in and obtain legal guardianship for the individual,
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Child Support Rules for Military Families

Divorces can be complex proceedings, especially if you and your former spouse have children. You may need to enter the courtroom and determine where your children are going to live, how often you can visit them, and how much child support you may have to pay. If you are a military member
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