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    Splitting Assets: Who Gets the House in a Divorce?

    Many factors are considered when deciding who receives the house in the divorce. The fate of the home can be determined by the couple or a judge, depending on the nature of the dissolution.

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    What Factors Are Used to Evaluate Child Custody?

    When evaluating child custody, courts will consider the relationship between the parents and child, their ability to provide a stable life, the mental and physical health of both parents and child, and presence of abuse or violence.

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    How to Assess Your Financial Health During the Divorce Process

    To assess your financial health during the divorce process, gather your documentation, hire a professional, assess the divorce expenses, and outline a future plan.

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    Divorce Support Groups: How to Find the Right Fit for You

    To find the right divorce support group for you, consider several characteristics: facilitator credentials, meeting location, time commitment, group size, personal beliefs, and cost.

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    Able & Willing After Divorce

    by Derick Turner • Jan 25, 2021

    It is important to make the choice to be both able and willing to work through compromise and avoid conflict following a divorce, a decision which will benefit your relationship with your children in the long run.