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What Is the Average Child Support Payment?

What Is the Average Child Support Payment?
Child support is a critical component of ensuring that children receive the financial support they need to thrive, particularly in cases of divorce or separation. However, determining the average child support payment can be complex, as it depends on various factors such as income, custody arrangements, and state guidelines. In this blog post, we'll explore...
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Are You Entitled To Alimony (Spousal Support)?

April 24, 2024
Are You Entitled To Alimony (Spousal Support)?
Going through a divorce can be a stressful and emotional time. One of the many considerations during this process is whether you are entitled to receive alimony, also known as spousal support. Understanding your rights and entitlements when it comes to alimony is crucial to ensuring a fair outcome in your divorce settlement. At Michelle...
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The Three Different Types of Divorce Mediation

March 20, 2024
The Three Different Types of Divorce Mediation
Divorce is a challenging journey, filled with emotional highs and lows, as well as complex legal hurdles. It’s a path where the decisions made can have long-lasting impacts on the lives involved. Recognizing the unique nature of each divorce case, Michelle Bullock Law and Mediation, PLLC, emphasizes the importance of choosing the right mediation style...
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Can You Keep Your Pension in a Divorce?

February 13, 2024
Can You Keep Your Pension in a Divorce?
Divorce is a challenging process that brings with it many questions and concerns. One important aspect to consider is the division of assets, especially when it comes to your pension. Can you keep your pension in a divorce, or is it subject to division? We'll go over how a pension works and what happens to...
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Can I Legally Stay in My House During a Divorce in New York?

January 15, 2024
Can I Legally Stay in My House During a Divorce in New York?
Can I Legally Stay in My House During a Divorce in New York? When navigating the emotional and legal complexities of a divorce, one of the most pressing questions for many is, "Can I stay in my house during the divorce process?" This concern is about maintaining a sense of normalcy and ensuring security and...
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