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Blog Posts in September, 2013

  • College Financial Aid & Divorce

    || 27-Sep-2013

    When a divorce couple sends a child to college, confusion can arise as to what the rules are for financial aid. To get loans to pay for a college education the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will need to be filed. Which parent should do this? There are a number of things that will need to be taken into consideration in these cases. Speaking with a Pennsylvania no fault divorce ...
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  • Is the Economy Increasing the Divorce Rate?

    || 18-Sep-2013

    Recent trends have shown that the improvement of the economy is having a large impact around the country, and may also be influencing relationships. The connection has been drawn that more people are choosing to end their marriage and this may be due to the fact that they now have the means to make this decision. During a bad economy it is often necessary to make hard choices and for some people ...
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  • Celebrity Couple, Dern & Harper, Calls it Quits

    || 12-Sep-2013

    The divorce case of actress, Laura Dern and musician, Ben Harper has been ongoing. Harper originally filed for the ending of the marriage back in October of 2010, stating irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. At that point, the couple had already been separate as of January, as was noted in the court documents for the case. Dern and Harper married in 2005 and had two children ...
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  • Shellie Zimmerman Files for Divorce

    || 6-Sep-2013

    The case of George Zimmerman was one that made headlines and gained extreme attention all across the nation. After being charged for the death of Trayvon Martin, his murder trial came to a close with him being acquitted. The trial was a difficult time for many, including the wife of Zimmerman. Since he was let go, it seems that another area of his life has begun to spiral. His wife of seven years, ...
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