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Monthly Archives: December 2020


Common Reasons Why a Parent May Lose Custody

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

When a couple divorces with children under their care, custody arrangements will need to be determined. Custody is defined as having legal guardianship over a child, and the parent in custody is responsible for making important decisions on the child’s behalf. While a judge ultimately rules on a certain custody agreement that both parties… Read More »

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3 Tips to Having an Amicable Divorce

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

The termination of a close-knit relationship is always going to be a difficult decision that can cause a lot of pain. However, though divorce is often considered a somber and desolate event, separation doesn’t always have to end badly. Just like break-ups, divorces don’t always have to end with bitter feelings between both parties…. Read More »

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Four Common Questions Your Child May Ask During Your Divorce

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

The termination of a marriage is seldom an easy decision. Oftentimes, the settlement of divorce comes after extensive disputes and disagreements between two parents. While the process is undoubtedly difficult for both parties involved, the situation becomes more complex when a child is involved in the marriage. This is because divorces are emotionally taxing… Read More »

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