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By Jennifer Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell No matter what stage of the divorce process you are in, simple resolutions will help you avoid a messy situation when it comes to dealing with your divorce. Your first resolution should be to keep a parenting time journal. For a few dollars

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Name Change: Who To Notify

By Jennifer M. Paine Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Note: This is part 2 of a two-part series on name changes after a divorce. Part 1 addressed name changes of your ex-wife or children. If someone in your family does change names, be sure to update at a minimum:

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Money Made Easy: Emergency Money

In this week’s edition of Money Made Easy, host Dan Danford answers this financial question from a viewer: How many months worth of emergency savings do I need? What about if I am approaching retirement and will have a very stable income of my pension and social security benefits? Danford,

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