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Helpful Coparenting Apps to Use After Your Divorce

Technological advances have provided divorced parents with a lot of assistance, as there are now numerous coparenting apps that exist to help solve communication problems and make sure both parents are on the same page. Here are a few coparenting apps you may consider trying after your divorce. WeParent: WeParent is great for managing appointments, Read More

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What to Do if a Child Does Not Cooperate with Visitation

Divorce can be hard on children and parents alike. Your divorce decree will contain a custody plan and visitation schedule. Depending on the processes you used in your divorce, you and your ex may have agreed on these terms yourselves, or had them laid out by the court. If a child refuses to comply with Read More

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Is There an Age at Which a Child Can Refuse Visitation?

If you are a divorced parent who shares custody or visitation with your ex, you may encounter situations in which your child refuses to spend time with you or your spouse. For young children, they really have no choice—the court implements custody and timesharing agreements because it is in the child’s best interest. But is Read More

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Who Gets to Pick a Child’s Religion After Divorce?

When parents with different religious beliefs get divorced, there may be some debate as to which parent will be able to have the greater influence on the children’s religious upbringing. There are several standards courts will use in family law cases regarding decisions about religion. They are as follows: Actual or substantive harm: Courts will Read More

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Making Schooling Decisions for Children After Divorce

In the aftermath of a divorce, you and your ex are expected to continue communicating regarding important parenting decisions, including education decisions for your children. In some cases you might be on the same page about these decisions, but what happens if you disagree? With regard to education, there might be disagreements over whether a Read More

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Tips to Help You Lower Your Divorce Costs

Divorce can be an expensive process, especially if the couple is unwilling or incapable of working together and communicating. However, there are some strategies you can implement during your divorce to help keep costs down. Here are a few examples of some of those cost-saving strategies. Avoid a trial: Trial divorces will be significantly more Read More

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How Has COVID-19 Affected Divorce Cases?

The last several months have been an unusual time for Americans, who have seen their everyday lives completely upturned as a result of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. One area in which the pandemic has had a significant effect is on marriages and the divorce process. Experts had predicted there would be a significant Read More

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The Benefits of e-Mediation

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in widespread changes to the everyday lives of Americans, including the ways we as attorneys interact with our clients. In the realm of divorce law, one service that has seen a significant increase in popularity due to the restrictions associated with the pandemic is e-mediation, or online mediation services. Here Read More

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Will the U.S. See its Divorce Rate Spike After the COVID-19 Quarantine Ends?

With so many American residents stuck at home with their families, prognosticators have predicted that several months down the road, the country could experience a baby boom and a divorce deluge. Unlike a cozy blizzard that keeps you home from work for a few days, a global pandemic that triggers shelter-in-place orders spreading over multiple Read More

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Who Gets the Stimulus Check When Spouses Are Separated or Divorcing?

Going through a divorce is stressful enough, but the coronavirus pandemic spreading throughout the United States presents additional complications for spouses who have decided to split. In addition to changes that might need to be made regarding custody and visitation arrangements while travel is restricted, negotiations over property division need to address any new economic Read More

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  • "With Appelhof, Pfeifer & Hart, P.A., it is like having a family physician. They are all knowledgeable, thorough, comforting, and the only call I need to make for all my legal needs for many years to come. No matter what the matter, I totally trust their advice and commitment to me and my family." - J.N.

  • "Mary from APH Law helped me thru a difficult divorce. She and the entire staff was there for me every step of the way helping me on what to do next. They listened to what I wanted and helped me achieve what matter the most to me in the divorce settlement." - Dana C.

  • "I chose APH after my initial consultation with Mary. I felt my best interest would be represented. The entire process went excellent, the attorneys and staff communicated effectively and efficiently with me throughout the process as they needed to. Being new to the legal process and verbiage, they walked me and talked me through the next steps and the jargon, I felt completely comfortable and represented. I hope I never have to use legal services again but if I do I will call Mary at APH Law and know that I will be taken care of." - Jeff M.

  • "Divorce is a time of emotion and stress. Mary Pfeifer , My lawyer was professional and compassionate. She was very informative through the process. Her insight helped me in my decisions. She worked hard to obtain a settlement which was fair to both parties. Though, I hope I won't need her help again. It is reassuring to know a good person that is willing to help." - Rod S.

  • "I first came to Ms. Jacquelyn Lutz of Appelhof, Pfeifer and Hart in October of 2016. It was definitely the worst time in my life and she compassionately spoke with me about my options. Ms. Lutz thoroughly explained the laws, statutes, process and what to expect going forward. What was supposed to be one case, turned into three intricate cases that took a huge toll on me and my family. Ms. Lutz represented me in court on all three cases with a vast knowledge of the laws and how to proceed accordingly. During all three cases she kept me informed, calm, gave me resources to utilize, and (most important) gave me a realistic view of what may come next. Ms. Lutz knew each case required a great deal of knowledge and creative thinking on how to legally proceed forward with each case. My family and friends are forever grateful for the amazing representation by Ms. Lutz. I highly recommend Ms. Lutz for anyone needing or considering superb representation for any kind of family law. " - M.H.

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