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Monthly Archives: February 2020

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In Determining Custody, Parent-Child Attachment Counts for More Than Financial Stability

By Patrick L. Looper |

Do you think you can persuade the court to give you custody of your children because your ex works two minimum wage jobs, having her relatives babysit when her workdays extend past the daycare center’s closing time, meanwhile you own your own business and set your own hours?  Think again.  The court will not… Read More »

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How Should You and Your Ex-Spouse Divide Your Assets When Your Adult Children Still Depend on You Financially?

By Patrick L. Looper |

Your children don’t stop needing you the minute they reach the age of legal maturity.  Economic realities make it so that an increasing number of young adults live with their parents, and even the ones who live away from home still rely on some financial help from their parents.  The good news is that… Read More »

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Courts Base Child Custody Decisions on What Parents Do, Not on What They Promise

By Patrick L. Looper |

One of the most painful parts co-parenting is when your children come back from your ex’s house and spout the outsized, probably empty promises they heard.  Dad says he’s getting us a puppy next weekend.  Dad says we’re going to Disney World for Christmas.  Dad says he will buy me a car when I… Read More »

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