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How Do I Keep My Divorce Affordable?

Money is often a large issue when it comes to terminating your marriage. There are many costs involved and oftentimes, your future financial state is left unclear because of the division of assets and ...
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Uncontested Divorce vs. Divorce Litigation

Every couple who is seeking divorce has their own unique story; one that demonstrates how they have come to the decision to terminate their marriage. In each case, the couple will have to assess their ...
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What Should I Look For in a Divorce Attorney?

Divorce is a complex legal process that will require a professional legal guide as you pursue an amicable resolution and seek to protect your rights. During the tough days ahead, you will want to take ...
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Why Choose the Law Office of Stephanie J. Squires & Associates, APLC

Honest Answers in Each Divorce Case Are you looking for honest answers and experienced representation during your divorce proceedings? Then you will not want to bypass the legal guidance that I offer ...
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