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Your out-of-state move will affect your divorce agreement

When you were first divorced, you and your ex-spouse may have done well adhering to the terms of your divorce agreement. However, things change in life and it is not uncommon for couples to revisit the decree in light of issues that develop after signing the agreement.

Are millennials too young to think about estate planning?

When you are young, healthy and single, preparing an estate plan is not something that comes to mind as easily, say, as preparing for your next vacation. Like many millennials, you are probably focused on your career and on new and engaging experiences. In short, you feel that putting an estate plan together will not be necessary for decades.

Can I move with the children after a divorce?

As you move on from the previous chapter of your life, your circumstances are bound to change and you may find yourself wanting to live somewhere else. Maybe you were offered a job elsewhere or you want to be closer to extended family. Before you can move with the children, though, you need to go through the process of requesting relocation.

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