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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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When the Family Business Falls Apart When the Marriage Does

By Patrick L. Looper |

Running a business with your spouse can be beautiful, but it can also be an enormous source of stress.  You don’t have to worry that your spouse has a “work spouse” who understands their career ambitions better than you do, because you are both the work spouse and the home spouse.  You share the… Read More »

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What Happens to the Marital Home If You Divorce While You Still Owe Money on the Mortgage?

By Patrick L. Looper |

For many couples, buying a house is a powerful sign of commitment to each other.  When you are happily married, making mortgage payments on your forever home feels like a gesture of love, something you do together, rather than a source of financial stress.  Paying off the mortgage on your family home is truly… Read More »

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When Your Ex-Spouse Refuses to Communicate About Your Child’s Special Medical Needs and Expenses

By Patrick L. Looper |

For many families, summer camp is a luxury.  You might expect that, if an appeals court needed to resolve a dispute between divorced parents over reconciling a child’s plans to attend a residential summer camp with parenting schedules and child support, it would be in a high net worth divorce where the court’s recitation… Read More »

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Child Custody Is Not All or Nothing

By Patrick L. Looper |

When you vent to your friends about your divorce, it is easy to say something to the effect of you are worried that your ex-spouse will take your children away, or that your ex does not deserve to have custody.  You probably know, even as you are speaking, that child custody is not a… Read More »

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