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Whose Bling is the Ring?

The bigger the ring, the bigger the fight when an engagement ends.   When the 8.24 carat ring allegedly cost $180,000, and the potential bride broke off the engagement, the bigger the lawsuit and the headlines about it all.   According to court documents reviewed in the media, Wyatt Koch — the son of billionaire Bill Koch — is […]

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6 Tips To Help You Keep Your 2018 Resolutions

2017 went by in the blink of an eye. It was a great year for me and the entire firm at Lesnevich, Marzano-Lesnevich, Trigg, O’Cathain & O’Cathain, LLC.  Our firm’s forthcoming 17 for 2017 highlights all of our attorneys’ accomplishments. The end of 2017 also means that it is time to start thinking about what […]

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5 Tips For Divorced Dads On Christmas

The holidays are tough on divorced dads and their children.  This can stem from the family nature associated with these days, holiday traditions, and memories from years past an intact family.  The good news is that it is entirely possible to be a great father, regardless of the circumstances that may surround you during the […]

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Celebrating Hannukah and Co-Parenting

Hanukkah is an 8-day long Jewish holiday also commonly known as the “festival of lights.”  It celebrates a military victory of a small army of Jews (the Maccabees) over the large Greek army, as well as the miracle of burning the menorah candles for eight nights using only a single small vessel of pure oil. […]

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The 9 Co-Parenting Dos and Don’ts During The Holidays

The turkey has been eaten, the mashed potatoes have dried out, and we have all gained five pounds.  It must mean that Thanksgiving has come and gone and Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa and winter break are around the corner. By now, most of our clients have already agreed to a holiday schedule or are working on […]

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5 Tips for Divorced Dads on Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we must acknowledge that holidays can be a difficult time for divorced parents.  It is normal for recently divorced dads to feel guilt or anxiety over the breakdown of a marriage and the effects on their children.  Nevertheless, it is important to make every moment count with your child, […]

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