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4.02.20 Posted By Alison Anders Uncategorized

Cohabitation and the Purchase of a Home

Cohabitation in the U.S. is on the rise. According to the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, the number of middle-aged Americans cohabiting has doubled in the past 25 years. In fact, among those ages 18-24, cohabitation is now more prevalent than living with a spouse. Thus, it should come as no surprise...
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3.31.20 Posted By Taylor House Custody

Covid-19 and Co-Parenting

These are unprecedented times for our families and the global population.  Co-parenting during this pandemic has created novel issues for co-parents. Given these new challenges, it is more imperative than ever that co-parents work cooperatively in their child(ren)’s best interests. In recent weeks, I’ve been touched by unusually effective levels of cooperation between parents...
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3.22.20 Posted By Taylor House Divorce

Divorce Myths Abound

Every time I tell someone that I practice Chandler family law, it never fails that they ask me to dispel some grand myth about divorces. I want to set the record straight on the five most common divorce myths: The kids will pick where they live. No. Children have a voice, not a choice. The...
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2.13.20 Posted By Alison Anders Uncategorized

Suffering From a Lack of VITAMIN ME?

A reader recently relayed that Valentine’s Day would be spent with their true There may be no love sincerer than the love of food, but there is no love more important than self-love! Whether you are spending Valentine’s Day loving food, in love, or Han-style (Solo, that is), this Guymon Law Self-Care Top...
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