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Franklin Divorce Lawyers: Millennials Are Changing the Rules on Marriage

  Marriage used to be the foundation for starting one’s life as an independent adult. These days, some say marriage seems like a mere afterthought to young people. According to the Boston Globe, millennials are waiting longer to marry. This has many people concerned that the tradition of marriage is dying a slow death, and Read More

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Bridgewater Domestic Violence Lawyers: Apple Updates Siri’s Response to Domestic Violence

Earlier this year, researchers at Stanford University published a report showing that voice agents including Siri, Cortana, Google Now, and S Voice, did not understand confessions of sexual assault, and did not know how to answer questions about sexual abuse, physical abuse, and mental health. Our Bridgewater domestic violence lawyers applaud Apple for partnering with Read More

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Franklin Child Custody Lawyers: Back to School Co-Parenting Tips

After a divorce in New Jersey, most parents have a child custody agreement in place that allows the child to spend quality time with each parent. To make this agreement work to serve their child in the best way possible, parents need to be able to communicate effectively and work together to solve problems and Read More

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Bridgewater Child Custody Lawyers: Proactive Co-Parenting After Divorce

Most advice for parents that are going through a divorce comes from a preventative mindset. Rather than offering parents advice on how to proactively help their children, the typical words of wisdom dictate what should not be done, such as not putting the kids in the middle of conflict. However, not all action following a Read More

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Bridgewater Divorce Lawyers: “Gray Divorce” Affects Millennials as Parents Split

The Baby Boomer generation, known for challenging authority and tradition, is now challenging marriage trends. Historically, the longer a marriage lasted, the more likely it was to endure. But now, according to a study by the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green University in Ohio, more and more Baby Boomers are Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: Gray Divorce is On the Rise

Although most couples vow to stay together until “death do us part,” a significant portion of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Although certain factors such as the couple’s age and education level can play a role in whether they will divorce or not, there is no guarantee that a couple will or Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyer Discusses Effects of Parental Conflict

Should you really stay together for the kids? The short and long term effects of divorce compared to staying together in conflict have been hotly contested over time. Previous research indicated that children of divorce are more prone to divorce themselves, but modern day data and analytical issues have brought those ideas into question. An Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: Divorcing Couples Often Overlook Insurance

Details matter during a divorce in New Jersey. Unfortunately, as couples deal with the emotional fallout of their failed marriage, secondary considerations may fall by the wayside. The issue of insurance – health, life, auto, and disability – can easily be overlooked, but nonetheless must be addressed according to Somerset divorce lawyers. Unless both spouses Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: Keeping an Eye on Children’s Academics

A recent study by the University of Oslo in Norway reveals that for children, the adverse effects of divorce can linger for many years. Researchers say that going from a two-parent household to a single-parent household diminishes educational ambition drastically in some cases. Children who were otherwise college-bound were found to be twice as likely Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: “Bird’s Nest” Approach to Co-Parenting

The “bird’s nest” approach to co-parenting involves allowing the children of divorced parents to stay in a singular family home as they grow up. It is a child-centric method of raising children amidst the turmoil of a divorce. Children are able to consistently live in a familiar environment, remain in the same school system, and Read More

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