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  • The Importance of Pre-Nuptial Agreements in SC
    The Importance of Pre-Nuptial Agreements in SC

    Marriage is a happy event for most couples. However, it can change the dynamics of a relationship. It can also change how a couple approaches certain legal situations. Married couples often choose to ...

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  • How Paternity Can Affect Parents in a Same-Sex Marriage
    How Paternity Can Affect Parents in a Same-Sex Marriage

    When laws suddenly change, it takes a while for society to catch up. Sometimes, people are ignorant of how to operate under the new dynamic, or they are just too stubborn to adapt. Often, ...

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  • Common Issues in Same-Sex Divorces
    Common Issues in Same-Sex Divorces

    June is Pride Month, which recognizes the challenges faced by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community as they have fought and continue to fight for equality. While the LGBTQ+ ...

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  • Tips for Navigating a High Conflict Divorce
    Tips for Navigating a High Conflict Divorce

    How Do You Navigate a High Conflict Divorce? High conflict divorces are just that: High conflict. It’s in the name. It may seem contradictory to label a divorce “high conflict,” as divorce is arguably ...

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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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