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  • Effects of Divorce on Health Insurance
    Effects of Divorce on Health Insurance

    Who Pays for Health Insurance After Divorce? A divorce can take a lot away from you, including your health insurance . With emotions and tensions running high, spouses often fail to discuss their ...

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  • Disagreements Between Co-Parents on COVID-19 Vaccine
    Disagreements Between Co-Parents on COVID-19 Vaccine

    What If You and Your Ex Don’t Agree on the COVID-19 Vaccination? Currently, 2.4 million COVID-19 vaccinations are getting administered in the US each day, and so far, 110,737,856 total doses have been ...

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  • 6 Tips for Divorced Parents During the Holidays
    6 Tips for Divorced Parents During the Holidays

    Navigating the Holidays as a Divorced Parent: Six Tips for Success The holiday season is here, making it a good time to discuss the obstacles that many divorced parents experience and viable solutions ...

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  • What to Expect During Divorce Mediation
    What to Expect During Divorce Mediation

    Divorce Mediation Basics Divorce mediation is a problem-solving process that utilizes a neutral third party, called a mediator, to help both parties reach an agreement. Instead of going to court, ...

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  • Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in South Carolina?
    Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in South Carolina?

    There is no question that adultery has impacted countless marriages and been the catalyst of thousands of divorces. In mixed states, such as South Carolina, that allow for fault and no-fault divorces, ...

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  • Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?
    Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?

    In South Carolina, noncustodial parents have to pay child support until their children turn 18 and have finished high school, or until the end of the school year that their children have their 19th ...

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