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The Indian Child Welfare Act

The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is a federal law that was enacted in 1978, at a time when a disproportionate number of Indian children were being removed from their homes and placed with non-Native adoptive and foster families. Today, ICWA continues to preserve...

Divorce Planning: What to bring your Attorney

Divorce Planning As you are planning your first visit with your divorce attorney, it is a good idea to do some divorce planning. We are committed to representing your interests. To do so adequately, we ask that you gather together the following documents and bring...

The Dangers of Not Getting Around to Making Divorce Official

Should You Make Your Divorce Official? Here Are Dangers of Not Doing it You’ve probably heard of someone who’s been separated for years from their spouse, yet neither party has bothered to make the divorce official. While it can seem normal, it can end up with costly...

A Military Divorce and How it is Different

A Military Divorce is used to describe a divorce in which one spouse at least is serving in the military or is a retired service member. By and large it is more a description which signifies that this is a divorce involving a service member and carries no special...