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Cyber Issues in Divorce

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

If you’re headed for a divorce, particularly if it looks to be a contentious one, you may wish to take some steps to ensure that your privacy is protected.  Having an adversary looking through your private correspondence and browsing history, not to mention call logs and downloads, can endanger your prospects for a fair… Read More »

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The Stages of Divorce

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

If you are headed for a divorce, or have recently experienced one, you may be unsure as to the impact of such a huge life change will have on you.  Some researchers compare the stages of divorce with the stages of grief, and it’s clear to see why.  Divorce is the end of life… Read More »

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Estate Planning After Divorce

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

If you’ve recently divorced, there may be some details you haven’t thought about recently.  One important task for you now is to review your estate planning and make any revisions that may be appropriate. A good way to get started is to make sure your estate planner has a copy of your divorce agreement… Read More »

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Kevin Costner and the Ironclad Prenup that Wasn’t

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

It’s a legal fracas for the books: mega-movie star Kevin Costner and estranged wife Christine Baumgartner are fighting tooth and nail despite having a prenuptial agreement that was sold to the couple as being “ironclad.” After nearly two decades together Baumgartner filed for divorce, and is now challenging the prenup and the terms of… Read More »

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Social Security for Divorcees

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

As a senior who’s contemplating divorce, you may be concerned about how you’ll make ends meet when you’re on your own. Grey divorce is becoming more common these days, so there are plenty of people in the same boat.  One income source you may not have considered is what you might get from the… Read More »

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Making Co-parenting Work

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

Co-parenting: just the thought is overwhelming! Your kids are your top priority, and it’s tough to give up control of them to the person you couldn’t bear to live with any longer.  Even with a fairly decent relationship with your former spouse, co-parenting can bring tough times.  For those who have a terrible relationship… Read More »

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Divorce: What You Should and Shouldn’t Do

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

Without question, divorce can be nerve-wracking, but sometimes people make things more difficult than they need to be.  So before you move forward with your divorce, consider the what some experts recommend you should and shouldn’t do: You should contact a local lawyer who will represent your interests: Outcomes are generally better when you… Read More »

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Not Sure About Divorce?

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

Many people have contemplated divorce, unable to decide with certainty whether it’s the right path or not.  That’s because divorce is a whopping, usually final, rung on the ladder in one’s marriage.  Sometimes it’s difficult to know if and when it’s the right time to move forward with it.  If you find yourself wondering… Read More »

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When Your Spouse is Disabled and You Wish to Divorce

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

Divorce is generally filled with a slew of emotions, from anger and jealousy to sadness and rejection.  When you are divorcing a spouse who suffers from serious disabilities, you may be adding guilt to the list of feelings you’re experiencing.  But if divorce is the right move for you, it’s best to put emotions… Read More »

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Divorce: The Discovery Process

By Courtney & Mills, LLC |

In any divorce, there can be a huge exchange of documents.  It is all part of the discovery process, and the intent is to ensure that both sides have any information pertinent to the division of assets, time sharing with the kids, and so forth.  What can you expect, and how can you expedite… Read More »

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