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Changes Lead To Choices Your Expert Guide Through Changing Times
Yates Family Law PC
Speak with Michael A. Yates today.
going separate ways?
Changes Lead To ChoicesYour Expert Guide Through Changing Times
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Yates Family Law, PC Legal Blog

Understanding parenting time credits

Going into a divorce, child support agreements can be confusing enough simply on an organizational level. After all, you are working to secure and plan for the financial future of your child or children. It often takes a concerted effort to lay this groundwork....

Getting divorced as a parent

If you have decided to move forward with a divorce and you have kids, there are various issues you should focus on. For starters, you should not feel guilty if ending your marriage has become necessary. Many parents decide to part ways with their child's other parent,...

Is joint custody a good option?

When going through divorce, you still want to put your child's well-being and best interest first. This might mean choosing joint custody, which serves as a strong option for many different families. How does joint custody work? Joint custody is such a popular option...

Do wealthy couples fight more in a divorce?

Wealth often dictates many aspects of marriage and divorce alike. Popular myth states that couples with more wealth tend to fight more often during divorce, too. But how true is that? And do assets and wealth themselves contribute to arguments or is it something more?...

Handling divorce with a manipulative partner

Even in the best of circumstances, divorce presents emotional, social and financial challenges. Dealing with a partner who engages in aggressive or other troublesome behaviors could make things harder. If you must go to court against a manipulative partner, you should...