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Delafield divorce attorney parenting planAfter parents decide to separate or get divorced, it is most convenient if they live within driving distance of one another. While it is not easy for a child to adjust to a new lifestyle when one parent moves out, things become even more difficult for them if their mom or dad moves to another state or a city that is several hours away. If you are going through a divorce or legal separation and are unsure of how to successfully co-parent because one parent lives far away, here are some helpful tips for long distance parenting plans: 

Design a Schedule 

It is essential to create a schedule of visitation times and stick to it. By keeping visitation schedules consistent, your child will be able to gain trust and feel loved by both parents. Even if the parent who lives out of town may not be able to attend every sporting event or milestone in a child’s life, they should be aware of these activities and frequently communicate with children about important events, as well as their day to day life. 

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Waukesha, WI divorce lawyerIn addition to emotional challenges, divorce can lead to a great deal of financial difficulty. If you are going through a divorce, it’s important to be aware of some actions that could cause serious financial hardship down the road. Some of the most common financial divorce mistakes include: 

1. Disregarding Real Costs

Often, couples will consider the current value of their investments and completely forget about the real costs of liquidation. For instance, cashing out a retirement account could lead to financial penalties, and selling a property could result in capital gains taxes. Be sure to calculate the real cost of dividing an asset prior to making any decisions.

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Delafield military divorce lawyerWhile divorce is complex for all couples, this is particularly true for military couples. If you or your spouse is in the military, and you are undergoing a divorce, you should seek legal representation from a lawyer who is well-versed in military divorce. By doing so, you can avoid the following common military divorce mistakes: 

Failure to Recognize the Service Member Relief Act

Non-military spouses should realize that there is a law that may change the timeline of their divorce. The Service Member Relief Act states that a service member can be protected from divorce proceedings that arise while they are overseas. Therefore, a non-military spouse cannot begin the divorce process until their spouse returns home.

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Delafield divorce attorneyIf your divorce has recently been finalized, you are likely relieved and wondering how to move on with your life. We have compiled this list of tips to help you live the high quality of life you deserve post-divorce:

1. Change Your Passwords

Your ex-spouse likely knows all of the logins and passwords to your online accounts, including email, social media, online shopping sites, credit cards, and bank accounts. Be sure to change all of your online passwords and keep track of them in a notebook or password management app. By changing your passwords, you will not have to worry about your ex causing any damage to your reputation or finances.

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Waukesha, WI OWI defense lawyer DUI laws drunk drivingIn March 2018, a new Wisconsin OWI law was passed by Governor Scott Walker. The purpose of this law is to permanently revoke the driver’s licenses of individuals who have been convicted of four or more offenses related to drunk driving. The state of Wisconsin believes that anyone can make a mistake, but making the same mistake four times is inexcusable, and it is time to get repeat drunk drivers off the roads.

The new law states that if someone is convicted of four or more DUI-related offenses or had a second OWI in combination with two other OWI-related offenses (such as second-degree homicide involving a vehicle or injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle), their driver’s license will be permanently revoked by the Department of Transportation.

It is important to note that the fourth offense must arise within 15 years of the previous conviction. In the event someone has lost their license and is caught driving, they will be forced to pay a fine of $2,500 and may spend up to one year in prison. Second offenses may lead to a $10,000 fine and/or a year in prison.

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