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  • Love and Politics: When Politics Leads to Marital Strife
    Love and Politics: When Politics Leads to Marital Strife

    Politics has long been a common source of disagreement among friends and partners, but in some cases, it takes a significant toll on the relationship. A recent news article recounts the story of a ...

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  • Top Things to Remember for Children When Going Through a Divorce
    Top Things to Remember for Children When Going Through a Divorce

    Most people who step into a divorce have just one other person on their minds: their spouse. This is pretty understandable, as the two spouses might be butting heads in the best case scenario. It is ...

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  • Understanding & Benefitting From Collaborative Divorce
    Understanding & Benefitting From Collaborative Divorce

    For many people, the thought of divorce conjures images of heated arguments, lengthy and numerous courtroom sessions, and someone not getting what they wanted. But such a scenario is in no way ...

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  • Jeremy Buckmaster Obtains Certification as a Family Mediator
    Jeremy Buckmaster Obtains Certification as a Family Mediator

    At Buckmaster & Ellzey, our attorneys are committed to excellence in every area of our practice. This was recently demonstrated by Attorney Jeremy Buckmaster , when he completed all of the necessary ...

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  • Supreme Court Ruling of Same-Sex Marriages May Also Affect Family Law
    Supreme Court Ruling of Same-Sex Marriages May Also Affect Family Law

    The United States Supreme Court ruled on June 26 th , 2015, that same-sex marriages would be legalized in all 50 states. The news shocked the nation as the country joined several others across the ...

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  • Do You Have to Have an Attorney for Mediation?
    Do You Have to Have an Attorney for Mediation?

    There is no question that mediation is much different than traditional divorce. While divorce court often invokes visions of conflict and stress, mediation promotes communication between both spouses ...

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