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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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You Need the Court’s Permission to Move Out of State If You Have Minor Children

By Patrick L. Looper |

It can be a relief to hold a divorce decree in your hands, especially after years of unsuccessful attempts to resolve your differences with your spouse, followed by a long and expensive court battle.  You might feel that you are finally free from the miserable life you shared with your ex-spouse, but if you… Read More »

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How Does the Death of a Spouse During Divorce Proceedings Affect the Division of Property?

By Patrick L. Looper |

At some point during the divorce process, a soon-to-be-divorced spouse often remarks to his or her friends that the “till death do us part” clause in the marriage vows no longer apply.  You might remark that divorce would be less of a shock if you had grown up hearing marriage vows that went “till… Read More »

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Luke v. Luke: A Child Visitation Case in Which a Disabled Parent Depended on a Child for Care

By Patrick L. Looper |

Courts must base their decisions about child custody and visitation on the best interests of the child without placing undue hardship on either of the parents.  When both parents are healthy and live within commuting distance of each other, agreeing on and adhering to a visitation schedule is fairly simple.  Parents simply specify as… Read More »

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