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The Family Court offers parties the opportunity to come before the Court in an effort to establish temporary terms to be put in place while litigation is pending. At a temporary hearing, for example, a Family Court Judge receives temporary hearing packets from both parties,...

Filing taxes is something almost everyone has in common with each other. So, when a couple is going through a divorce, figuring out how to file and what to expect is a common issue. What happens to my tax refund while I’m going through a divorce? This...

As previously discussed in another post, “The Estate Planning Four-Pack”, there are two documents often used in tandem to help plan for one’s medical treatment: the Living Will and the Healthcare Power of Attorney. Although both documents deal with medical decisions, there are some important...