Can Private Facebook Messages Be Used in Court?

In general, anything— DMs, emails, text messages— that is not subject to privilege laws must be turned over if requested, and can be presented as evidence. This means that, in general, unless it’s something that you’ve written to your attorney, your pastor, or your doctor, you can be compelled to turn it over…

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Dr. Elizabeth Degi DuBois, PhD

Introduction to Divorce Coaching

A Divorce Coach will continually guide you back to your core values and long-term goals, helping you make choices that serve you in your quest for building an ideal future, not just getting to the other side of a settlement agreement.

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Fighting Over Fido: What To Do When You Need A Custody Agreement For Your Pet

“At the time of publication, a mere three states (California, Alaska, and Illinois) have passed laws allowing Courts to consider the best interests of the animal rather than treating Fido the same way as they treat the family couch. Unfortunately, not all of our Courts have caught up with the current social mores involving our furbabies, and pets are generally treated as property in a divorce…”
Christy A. Zlatkus, Esquire discusses common ways that Pet Parents can address the issue of pet custody when they split.

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Insurance Lingo 101

If you’re going through a divorce, you may be worried about health insurance. We discuss key insurance lingo to help you navigate this complex issue.

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