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Blog Posts in January, 2018

  • Easing the Pain of Divorce for Children

    || 29-Jan-2018

    Divorce affects more than just the spouses, it can affect a couple’s children just as hard if not harder, depending on their age. Even infants and toddlers can be affected when they witness their parents arguing frequently. Small children are very sensitive and they can certainly be affected by watching their parents yell, scream and cry during altercations. Whether your child is six months ...
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  • 6 Signs a Spouse is Cheating

    || 22-Jan-2018

    While each couple divorces for a different reason, infidelity and money probably are probably two of the most common reasons why people get divorced. If they aren’t the two leading causes of divorce, they’re certainly in the top 10. Most men and women in the United States enter the institution of marriage believing their spouse will be 100% faithful. After all, American culture frowns ...
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  • Should I File Bankruptcy After Divorce?

    || 15-Jan-2018

    It’s no secret that money problems have a tendency to strain a marriage and when things get grim, finances can drive a couple apart, leading to divorce. At Cairns Law Offices, we specialize in low-cost, no-fault divorces; therefore, we help a fair share of people who are having financial problems and simply cannot afford a costly divorce. Because of our unique “niche,” we have ...
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  • Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

    || 8-Jan-2018

    For many, if not most divorcing couples, splitting up isn’t the hardest part of divorce, it’s dealing with the financial impact. While not all couples are affected the same, the majority of couples do experience significant changes in their financial status during and after the divorce process. Here are some examples of how divorce affects spouses: A stay-at-home parent has to return ...
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  • Can Stay-at-Home Parents Count on Alimony?

    || 1-Jan-2018

    Are you a stay-at-home parent who is getting a divorce ? Let’s say you have stayed home to raise your children, and it’s been 5, 10 or even 20 years since you had a job. You’re now thinking something to the effect of: “My skills are outdated and my kids still need be to be at home. I’ve devoted myself to supporting my spouse’s career, so I deserve spousal ...
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