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Blog Posts in June, 2019

  • What Happens if My Spouse Wastefully Dissipates Assets?

    In a divorce, the division of assets and property is often one of the most heavily contested issues. It can be hard to part with what you believe to be rightfully yours and, unfortunately, this leads some spouses to spend large quantities of marital funds or mismanage their shared finances. If you do engage in this behavior, however, your spouse can accuse you of wastefully dissipating assets, ...
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  • What is Parental Alienation?

    According to Psychology Today , parental alienation syndrome was a term that came into use during the 1980s, coined by child psychiatrist Dr. Richard A. Gardner. Parental alienation not only hurts the alienated parent, but it is severely damaging to children on an emotional, cognitive, and behavioral level, especially in more severe cases. If you believe your co-parent is attempting to alienate ...
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