New for Co-Parents: Online Parenting Classes Now Available

Online Co-Parenting Classes May Satisfy Court Requirements There are online college degrees and virtual SAT tutoring so why not on online parenting classes? The digital age has given divorcing parents a solution to the difficulty of fitting court-ordered co-parenting classes...
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Religious vs Civil Annulment

How does civil annulment differ from the Catholic process of obtaining Declarations of Nullity? First off, the standards are different. Religious vs Civil Annulment Standards The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ article, “Annulments (Declarations of Nullity),” explains religious annulment as,...
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Lawyer Explains Divorce Initiation

Kathryn Wayne-Spindler Answers Question about Divorce Initiation Commerce Township Divorce Lawyer Kathryn Wayne-Spindler explains the Divorce Initiation Process for a West Oakland County Spinal Column Newsweekly Ask An Attorney feature Q: My wife and I have been arguing for years. We’ve...
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