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A Mediator that Litigates is Key to Mediating Estate and Trust Disputes

By Amy Stoll |

Attorneys practicing in the area of estates and trusts, whether planning or litigating, understand that estate and trust disputes present their own special challenges that are unique to this area of practice. More often than not, long held resentments and other family issues complicate a dispute that might appear on the surface to be… Read More »

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Do I Need A Prenup?

By Eric Maier |

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement executed by two people who intend to marry, which sets forth the rights and obligations of the parties in the event of divorce, and, to a lesser extent, death.  The provisions of a prenuptial agreement generally fall into two categories: (1) provisions setting forth rights and obligations that… Read More »

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Planning for Summer Timesharing

By Martin Deptula |

With the end of school and summer vacation right around the corner, divorced parents of minor children should take steps to ensure a smooth summer break.  The best way to prepare for the upcoming summer months is to review your parenting plan for the following issues: During the summer months timesharing exchanges will no… Read More »

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Springing Into Spring Break; Top 3 Spring Break Tips for Co-Parents

By Kim Hamill |

Is it a cruise? Disney World? Bahamas? Anna Maria Island? Staycation? Whatever your plans may be, your kids have been counting the days to Spring Break since the day they returned to school after Winter Break. The last thing on their mind is a dispute between their parents about the logistics of Spring Break… Read More »

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