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What Are the “Best Interests” of the Children?
What Are the “Best Interests” of the Children?

A term you and your spouse will hear frequently if you have children and are going through the divorce process is the term “best interests” in reference to your children. In family law, this commonly used term plays a big role in determining child custody, so it is important ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

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