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Ashley is now handling personal injury cases in addition to family law matters

admin  -  Feb 16, 2017  -  Comments Off on Ashley is now handling personal injury cases in addition to family law matters


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ABC’s Part Four

admin  -  Sep 29, 2014  -  Comments Off on ABC’s Part Four
This is the fourth in a series of posts of simple reminders for those traveling down a family law litigation path. The ABC’s of Divorce and Child Custody, Continued: Just roll with the punches. Co-parenting effectively means being flexible and reasonable in working with the other parent. There will be

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ABC’s Part Three

admin  -  Sep 15, 2014  -  Comments Off on ABC’s Part Three
This is the third in a series of posts of simple reminders for those traveling down a family law litigation path. The ABC’s of Divorce and Child Custody, Continued: Give a little sometimes – not all the time. It does not always have to be tit for tat. It’s not

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ABC’s Part Two

admin  -  Feb 03, 2014  -  Comments Off on ABC’s Part Two
This is the second in a series of posts of simple reminders for those traveling down a family law litigation path. The ABC’s of Divorce and Child Custody, Continued: Do allow the facts to speak for themselves and do not let yourself get caught up in a mud-slinging battle when it is not

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ABC’s of Divorce and Custody

admin  -  Jan 26, 2014  -  Comments Off on ABC’s of Divorce and Custody
This is the first of a series of posts consisting of important pieces of advice for persons living in the midst of divorce or custody litigation. When you are living, eating and breathing raw emotions that result from the reality of these situations, it is not always easy to step outside

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Play Therapy

admin  -  Oct 17, 2013  -  Comments Off on Play Therapy
I often advise my clients to seek out counselors for their children to help them adjust to the divorce process. During the divorce, children experience a wide variety of emotions and sometimes are not certain of how to process their emotions. Play therapy is a technique utilized commonly by counselors

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Gathering Info Now Means Less Work Later

admin  -  Apr 10, 2013  -  Comments Off on Gathering Info Now Means Less Work Later
            Generally in a divorce, the most important issues are resolved within sixty days of filing the divorce, which includes child custody, a visitation and holiday schedule set out for parents, child support, use of the former marital home, use of the vehicles and spousal support. The actual division of the

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Now Accepting Credit Cards

admin  -  Feb 25, 2013  -  Comments Off on Now Accepting Credit Cards
Ashley Buckman Schepens, L.L.C. is now accepting Visa, Mastercard and American Express as a form of payment. If you have any questions about how you can process a payment on your credit card, please do not hesitate to contact us. ~Ashley

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Anticipating the New Year Spike in Family Law Litigation

admin  -  Nov 29, 2012  -  Comments Off on Anticipating the New Year Spike in Family Law Litigation
While the holiday season is referred to by some as “the most wonderful time of the year,” many people are just trying to make it through the holidays in order to hold off on filing for divorce or custody until after the New Year. For some, the financial and emotional

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Children in the Middle – Follow Up Guest Post

admin  -  Aug 23, 2012  -  Comments Off on Children in the Middle – Follow Up Guest Post
Rachel Rucker, M.A., NCC is providing us with a follow-up guest post today regarding the topic of children in the middle during their parents’ divorce. Rachel has a variety of experience counseling individuals, couples and families. Through mutual trust and understanding, she works with her clients as a team to explore and

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