Challenges for Couples Who Marry and Divorce Multiple Times

How many times can a couple divorce and then reconcile until it becomes old? Well, let’s ask Hollywood writer-producer Kenya Barris and his estranged wife. The couple have recently filed for divorce for the third time, after being married for nearly 21 years. The first time that the couple filed for divorce was in 2014,…

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Join Us in Congratulating Attorneys Hilary Tebeleff and Summer Abel!

The team at McCabe Russell, PA is pleased to announce that Hilary Tebeleff, Esquire has been promoted to Partner, and Summer Abel, Esquire has been promoted to Senior Associate. We are so proud of Hilary and Summer, who consistently demonstrate their dedication to their clients through hard work, knowledge, and advocacy. We’d like you to…

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Raylynn Best-James Named to The National Black Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40

McCabe Russell, P.A. is proud to announce that Associate Attorney Raylynn Best-James was named to The National Black Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 list for 2022! The National Black Lawyers was created to highlight the exceptional work of successful and influential Black lawyers throughout the country, and to “celebrate legal excellence by promoting our attorneys…

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Congratulations, Jennifer Bradbury, on Making Partner!

McCabe Russell, P.A. is thrilled to announce that attorney Jennifer O. Bradbury has been made a partner at the firm! Since joining our family in 2018, Jennifer has become an integral part of who we are and what we do. She is an extraordinary attorney and all-around person, and we are so excited to see…

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UPDATED: Tips for Divorcing a Spouse with a Drug or Alcohol Problem

Being married can be difficult at times. However, being married to someone with a substance abuse problem is often unsustainable, especially when children are involved. Once you have made the decision that you can no longer remain in the marriage with a spouse and their addiction, you can take certain steps to protect yourself and your children…

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Gaslighting and Divorce – Recognizing the Signs

It can be difficult being married to a narcissist. It can be even more difficult to divorce one. If you are married to a person with a personality disorder and are about to get divorced, it is important to plan ahead and be prepared for how they may react during the process. Because many people…

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Five Tips to Get More Parenting Time With Your Child

Are you trying to get more parenting or visitation time with your child? It is important to be proactive – whether you are just talking about divorce, in the middle of a custody dispute, or if you feel you are ready for increased time with your child. All custody and visitation cases are unique, but…

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Can Porn and Internet Sexual Addiction Lead to Divorce?

We don’t think anyone would argue that the internet hasn’t contributed to a greater worldwide access to information, knowledge, and entertainment. Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic era, the internet provides a lifeline to millions of people. However, there is also a downside. Internet addiction, addiction to online pornography in particular, has emerged as a growing…

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What You Should Know About Divorce and Filing Your Taxes

Both marriage and divorce are significant life events, each of which can have implications on your taxes. Whether you are in the process of divorcing, considering divorce, or are fresh from a divorce, it is important to consider the effects your 2020 tax filing may have on your finances. This is even more important if…

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My Child’s Absentee Parent Suddenly Wants Custody

Being a primary caretaker of a child is hard work. Being the only caretaker is harder. Single parents – no matter their station in life – carry a unique burden when it comes to raising children. A parent who has been uninvolved in your child’s life, even to the extent of being completely missing for…

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Relocation and Interstate Child Custody Issues

Coparenting has its challenges, even when a divorce is amicable and the parenting plan is just. One of the more common challenges relates to parental relocation: what do you need to do if you or your spouse must move? Under typical circumstances, if a parent wishes to move, that parent must provide written notice within…

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