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Brette Sember

Blog Entries by Brette Sember

Recession Co-Parenting

4 Comments | Posted September 27, 2011 | 13:15:52 (EST)

The recession has hit all of us where it hurts the most -- in our wallets. If you're looking for ways to save money, don't forget to look to your co-parenting agreement for ways to make some cuts.

Reduce Legal Fees

If you are currently in a divorce or are...

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Courtroom Antics that Get You Nowhere

Posted January 25, 2011 | 03:16:31 (EST)

You've heard the horror stories--the husband who manages to convince the court he's making $20,000 a year when he's really making $200,000 or the wife who lies and says her husband abused her so she could walk away with a huge settlement. There are many urban legends about people pulling...

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Avoid Gift-Giving Gripes

Posted December 6, 2010 | 04:00:25 (EST)

Sharing the holidays with your ex can be a challenge. Arranging the schedule so that not only both parents, but also extended family, has time with your child can be a gargantuan task. However, one important aspect that most divorced parents don't give much consideration is having a cooperative approach...

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Goosed by the Gosselins

Posted November 19, 2010 | 17:32:03 (EST)

The Gosselins are in the news again. Don't know who they are? The family of twins and sextuplets from Jon & Kate Plus Eight, and now Kate Plus Eight. After going through a very public divorce, the family has now settled into a post-divorce life. The family recently made headlines...

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Divorce And The Media

Posted November 19, 2010 | 10:10:29 (EST)

If you have children ages eight and up, they probably see a lot about divorce on TV, and they've probably heard about the latest break-ups. Every time a big celebrity couple (Sandra Bullock and Jesse James, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, etc.) hits the rocks, you can't avoid it on...

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Dealing With Dollars

Posted November 8, 2010 | 10:30:00 (EST)

An important part of most parenting arrangements has to do with money. If you're the primary residential parent, it's likely your ex is paying you child support and is responsible for expenses like medical costs, school expenses and more. Money is a pretty dicey area for a divorced couple to...

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