Divorce is literally a separation. Something that was once whole become two parts, and not always so neatly. There are jagged edges where the split happened. There are missing shards. There are crumbling parts barely hanging on. At some point after divorce, there becomes a new normal. A chance to heal, and to recoup. In…

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If you, like so many Americans today, find yourself unable to make your house payments and are seeking mortgage relief, you should know that the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act gives individuals with federally owned or federally backed mortgages a right to forbearance. But what is forbearance and how can it…

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What is the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) on real estate matters in family law cases? How will your clients be affected, both directly and indirectly? Here are some things to consider from the real estate perspective:   Interest rates: Buyers have greater buying power than ever before as interest rates are being held at…

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