Is A Bad Economy A Good Time To Divorce?

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It is indisputable that the decision to go through with a divorce proceeding is heavily influenced by the status of the economy. Nowadays, it appears that many people contemplating a divorce do so in a very similar fashion to those determining whether or not to buy or sell stock. With

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Changing School Districts With Joint Custody

Question: My ex-wife and I share 50/50 custody and disagree about changing our kids’ school districts. She wants to pull our kids out of the school district they have been in their whole lives (the one in my neighborhood) and enroll them in a school district closer to her a

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Paying Child Support & Alimony During COVID-19

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By Jadelyne LongLitigation Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Companies are laying off and furloughing employees across the county, with those furloughed unsure that they will be employed after the stay-at-home order is lifted in their state. These are common concerns many of our clients at Cordell & Cordell have presented us

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