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The ability to pay attorney fees is a common concern for those about to go through a divorce. For example, if you are a spouse who gave up a career to raise your children, or don’t have access to the marital financial accounts, there are ways to retain an attorney.

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Interviewer: I’m really worried about my kids when they are with my ex. I’m not sure if it’s just me or if there is really a problem, but my kids are really young and can’t speak for themselves. What should I do?

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Attorney Jeanette Soltys: Unless the custody order or settlement agreement says otherwise, there is no need to provide a detailed itinerary to the other parent of what you do during your own parenting time.

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Like all major decisions in life, going through a divorce requires a bit of planning. One of the factors many people need to plan for is how to pay for their legal fees.

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