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Blog Posts in December, 2014

  • Ditch the Divorce Attorney & Get a Quick Divorce

    || 31-Dec-2014

    Some of the best outcomes of divorce come from couples that seek to do so collaboratively. A collaborative divorce is one where the couple works out the details of their separation without the need for the court. While a lawyer must be used to ensure the legality of the process, a couple that separates collaboratively has full control over how their property, assets, and debts will be separated, ...
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  • Last-Minute Christmas Advice

    || 23-Dec-2014

    If you are in the middle of or have recently gotten a divorce, facing the first Christmas alone can be extremely difficult. While many other forms of loss come with an outpouring of support, a divorce can oftentimes leave you alone and reaching out to others. This holiday, Cairns Law Offices is providing some last-minute tips for you to navigate the holiday season the best you can. Take Time For ...
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  • How to Use Divorce to Reinvent Yourself

    || 19-Dec-2014

    Tips for Personal Change The end of the marriage comes with a significant number of headaches, but one of the positives is the chance to reinvent yourself once everything in finalized. Divorce is increasingly seen, not as the end of a relationship, but the start of a new life and the experiences it can bring. This fresh beginning can give you the chance to let go of any frustrations previously ...
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  • What Can Children Learn in Divorce?

    || 11-Dec-2014

    One of the biggest narratives spun about divorce is making sure that a divorce has the least possible negative affect on any children involved. Parents are encouraged to keep their feelings locked up, to discuss the details of the divorce behind closed doors, and come up with a great co-parenting plan to the benefit of all involved. While no one can deny that making sure children are well taken ...
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  • When it comes to settling property, alimony, and debt, Pennsylvania courts are "equitable" courts, basically meaning that the court can do whatever it thinks is "fair". There is nothing set in stone or that guarantees what a court may decide is fair. When the court divides the marital assets and debts, it may consider many factors, including the length of the marriage and the ...
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  • What We Can Learn From Celebrity Divorce?

    || 4-Dec-2014

    As common as it is, divorce is always a hot-topic issue that attracts a lot of attention from friends and family. Everyone wants to know the details of the divorce, and even if the former spouses remain friendly, many want to pinpoint where things went wrong. When it comes to celebrity divorces, there is a lot of focus on the intimate details of the marriage and what each spouse will receive as ...
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