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  • Will I Get a Stimulus Check for My College Student?
    Will I Get a Stimulus Check for My College Student?

    In March, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic ( COVID-19 ). After the national emergency was declared, in short order states across the country ...

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  • Parenting Tips for Divorcing Parents
    Parenting Tips for Divorcing Parents

    When you first get a divorce , you have to get accustomed to a “new normal” in more ways than one: Your finances are going to be different. Your housing will likely change. Your work situation may ...

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  • What does Separate & Apart Mean During an Uncontested Divorce?
    What does Separate & Apart Mean During an Uncontested Divorce?

    With relationships changing in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania and the country, definitions legal terms can be confusing. To help sort through the legal terminology for an uncontested divorce , ...

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  • Cairns Law Offices will finish Attorney Laurence Rutenberg's divorce cases.
    Cairns Law Offices will finish Attorney Laurence Rutenberg's divorce cases.

    Uncontested divorce attorney Laurence Rutenberg has died, and Cairns Law Offices would like to help his clients finish thier cases cheaply and quickly (for as little as $219). Attorney Rutenberg filed ...

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  • Why You May Want a Prenup
    Why You May Want a Prenup

    Although prenuptial agreements are readily associated with the Brad and Angelinas of the world – they are not just for rich celebrities. Essentially, any individual who is bringing any measurable ...

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  • How to Help Your Kids Through Divorce
    How to Help Your Kids Through Divorce

    It is estimated that 50 percent of marriages in the United States will end in divorce, thus, there are millions of children who are affected by divorce every year. Divorce can impact a child's ...

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