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Will My DUI Affect My Divorce Or Custody Issues?

By Lauren H. Kane |

A DUI from 1997 will not impact your current divorce. However, a DUI committed while you’re going through divorce certainly will impact how the court looks at you as a potential caregiver for your children. It probably would not shock you how many good people find themselves in front of a judge due to… Read More »

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Fight Over Winery May Have Led To Brangelina’s Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were married in 2014. By 2016, they had obtained a legal separation, and today, in 2022, they are filing for divorce. What caused this turn of events? Well, it may have come down to a winery that was purchased by the couple and owned together. Pitt sued Jolie after… Read More »

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DivorceHeartRings

Husband Files For Divorce After Wife Stages Kidnapping

By Lauren H. Kane |

Would you file for divorce if your wife staged her own kidnapping? The answer is ‘yes’ if you’re Keith Papini, one of the few people who have ever experienced such a thing. His wife, Sherri Papini, staged her own kidnapping igniting a statewide manhunt that made international headlines. Sherri Papini has since pleaded guilty… Read More »

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Does Intimate-Partner Violence Affect Custody Agreements?

By Lauren H. Kane |

A recent study sought to determine how intimate partner violence (IPV) impacted the outcome of custody cases. In a sample of 190 cases taken from a county in Central Illinois, there was nearly no indication of IPV being claimed by the women in the study. In fact, some divorce attorneys have reported that reported… Read More »

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DivHouse

Exclusive Use Of The Marital Home During Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

After your divorce is complete, one or the other parent is likely to end up with the house. However, while the proceedings are underway, there may be no legal requirement for either spouse to vacate. When the home itself is part of the battle, this can create serious turmoil. In many cases, the parents… Read More »

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Pet Custody In Pennsylvania Divorces

By Lauren H. Kane |

When a court determines who gets sole custody of a child, the best interests of the child are the most important factor. However, pets don’t have the same benefit. Instead, they are considered personal property in Pennsylvania. Nonetheless, the State of New York has passed a new law forcing courts to consider the best… Read More »

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Vaccine

Who Determines If Your Children Are Vaccinated After Divorce?

By Lauren H. Kane |

This is becoming a hot-button issue post-COVID. Some parents believe the medical-industrial complex and think that vaccination helps protect their children from preventable diseases while other parents fear that the vaccinations may turn their children gay, cause autism, or make them spontaneously change genders. While there is good scientific evidence for believing medical experts… Read More »

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SchoolAtHome

The Homeschooling Wars And Your Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

This is a huge mess for the courts right now as more and more Americans take out their ire on the U.S. government and the institutions they control. While some parents refuse to send their children to public schools, they generally choose private or parochial schools as an alternative. However, more parents, especially religious… Read More »

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Social Media And Your Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

Social media has been linked to about one-third of divorces, according to a recent poll conducted in the UK. However, it is also linked to a growing number of irritated lawyers who have to corral their clients from venting their emotional state on Facebook and other platforms. Why? Well, anything you say can and… Read More »

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DivorceCost

Survey Says: Debt Delays Marriages, Causes Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

A recent survey conducted by a debt settlement company surveyed around 2,000 Americans asking them questions concerning debt and marriage. These Americans reported that debt was a good reason to either delay marriage or pursue a divorce. These individuals have also stated that inheriting a partner’s debt is a good reason to put off… Read More »

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