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Is altervative dispute resolution right for you?

In recent months, it became apparent that you and your spouse had, in the words of Lionel Richie, "reached the end of your rainbow." Both of you are sure that divorce is the right course, yet you dread the public process that will lay bare all of your family's private matters.

Get on the same page when the kids start back to school

While this school year will definitely be different than the others, some commonalities remain. One thing that divorced co-parents need to do is to have a united front about school and any extracurricular activities their kids in which their kids will be participating.

How is intellectual property divided in divorce?

If you are divorcing your spouse, one of the biggest areas of contention besides determining child custody matters is how to split the community property. But if you think that it is difficult to divide tangible property and assets, it's even harder to determine which spouse will retain ownership of any intellectual property (IP) assets the two of you may have.

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