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No Fault Divorce

Divorce with dignity is one of our core values at Christine M. Howard. We want to help couples work through their divorce with as little stress as possible. We understand that divorce is not easy. We understand that there are a lot of emotions involved. We also know...

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Uncontested Divorce: The Advantages

Divorce is never an easy or simple thing. When deciding to end your marriage there is often a lot of emotion and stress involved. We want to help you process your divorce quickly and with as much dignity as possible. In last month's blog we talked about an uncontested...

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Simple Divorce

Divorce is a messy and difficult situation. There is often a lot of pain and heartbreak involved. Many couples want to be able to divorce quickly, quietly, and with as much dignity as possible. Christine M. Howard strives to help couples achieve this through a simple...

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Separation Agreement

One of our core values is Divorce with Dignity. Divorce is often messy and emotional, and we are here to help you make this process as easy as possible. One thing many couples find to be helpful is to separate before they actually file for divorce. Separating can be...

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Child Visitation During Summer Break

During the school year, school schedules and activities help dictate your child’s visitation schedule. But when the school bell rings on the last day of school, your once predictable visitation schedule often evaporates. And unless you and your co-parent have a...

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Mediate Your Divorce Part 2

Why You Should Mediate Your Divorce – Part Two May 2018 In last month’s blog, we discussed three good reasons to consider a mediated divorce: it bridges the communication gap between you and your spouse; it is more child-friendly; and it’s more personal. While there...

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Mediate Your Divorce – Part 1

Should I consider divorce mediation? Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult life events one can endure. A divorce of any kind is hard. When issues such as spousal support, child custody and support, and division of property are to be determined, tensions...

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Hi-Tech Help for Co-parenting

There’s a lot of talk these days about how technology is eliminating our face to face interaction with other people. This makes it more difficult to develop the positive relationships in our lives, but when it comes to dealing with an ex-spouse, less face-to-face...

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Gray Divorce

It may come as a surprise that the divorce rate is on the decline in America – at least according to a study conducted by Bowling Green State University’s National Center for Family and Marriage Research. Their data shows that from 1980 to 2015, the divorce rate...

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