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Tessmer Tips / 19.06.2019

Divorce is often a messy affair. As you and your partner battle over who gets what, it is important to place your child's interest above everything else. They should be protected from an unhealthy environment and be kept away from the legal battle. After the divorce is finalized, stability and continuity will help the child overcome the stress of the separation. Here are four tips to create an effective parenting plan that will help your child cope.  Be Flexible with Visitation  A child needs both parents. Having both parents in a child's life will help them with transitioning to life after the...

Tessmer Tips / 21.05.2019

The prospect of seeking a separation from your spouse can seem a little overwhelming and scary. However, if you want the divorce to run as smoothly as possible, there are a few things that you should do before you ever make any filings. Get your financial documents together Financial documents including bank and credit card statements, mortgage agreements, and tax returns will help to determine your net worth. It is important to gather this information before you file, in case your spouse makes any attempt to move money or destroy evidence after you have announced your intentions. Create an emergency fund Your divorce proceedings...

Tessmer Tips / 22.02.2019

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is talking with your kids. Chances are you're worried about how they'll handle things, so you feel nervous about discussing the divorce with your children. It's understandable. After all, divorce brings many changes and not all of them are good. All these changes should, however, be discussed with your children. Whether your kids are five or 15, it's important to sit them down and talk with them openly and honestly. If you aren't sure where to start, don't worry. Here's what you need to know. First off, try to tell your kids about...

Tessmer Tips / 17.01.2019

4 Actions That Can Sabotage Your Personal Injury Case When you begin a personal injury lawsuit against a company or another private individual, there is a good chance that they and their lawyers will begin watching you like a hawk. In particular, they will be looking for actions and incidents that they can use to harm your case. With this in mind, while you are battling your personal injury case, it is a good idea to refrain from taking the following actions: Broadcasting Your Case As a general rule, you should never speak about your case with anybody except your attorney. If you...

Tessmer Tips / 28.12.2018

All states maintain individual laws regarding child custody. These include statutory provisions that deal with changes in custody. However, some elements of child custody law that stay relatively consistent from one state to another, including the overall legal requirements. Issues surrounding child custody represent some of the most legally complicated and emotionally challenging in the U.S. judicial system. While you can study the basics of this issue online or in books, you should consult with an experienced child custody attorney for a thorough analysis of your case. Overview of the Child Custody Standard All U.S. states utilize the same general standard regarding how...

Tessmer Tips / 30.11.2018

Why You Need a Last Will & Testament  Seven out of ten Americans do not have a will.  Some may think they do not have sufficient assets to warrant a will and others may not want to think about the fact that they are going to die one day.  Even others may think they are too young to make out a will.  Whatever excuse you may have for not having a will does not change the reasons why you need a will. You need a will to keep a judge from deciding who will have guardianship of your minor children.  You have...