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Monthly Archives: May 2020

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Not Everything Paid in Installments Is Alimony

By Patrick L. Looper |

For many people, one of the things that separates a painless divorce from a messy one is making a clean break.  In the best of circumstances, a judge simply signs off on the couple’s agreement about which spouse gets to keep which of the couple’s assets, and the spouses go their separate ways.  In… Read More »

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Supervised Visitation: When the Courts Want to Preserve the Parent-Child Relationship, but It Isn’t Safe for the Child to Be Alone with the Parent

By Patrick L. Looper |

Supervised visitation with your children can feel like a blessing or a curse, depending on the circumstances.  If you have just finished a jail sentence, then supervised visitation feels great; holding your children’s hands as you walk through the mall and eating with them at the mall food court is so much better than… Read More »

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