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Episode 11: Litigation faq: mental health, adultery, judges and more – with guest Melinda Eitzen
September 8, 2020

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Tips for Zoom Depositions by Marianne Howland
June 23, 2020

As we are navigating this “new normal,” litigation continues and depositions are often a necessary part of litigation. Just because a…

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Furloughed and can’t afford child support?
May 12, 2020

Question: If I am laid off or receive unemployment, does the amount of child support I pay change automatically? Generally, no.... Read More
Need to know tips for zoom mediation on www.duffeeandeitzen.com
Tips for Zoom Mediation by Marianne Howland
May 10, 2020

Mediation over zoom and other video chatting platforms has become the norm these days.  While there are some definite benefits to…

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DFW DIVORCE INSIDER PODCAST: EPISODE 5 with Jim Dolan
April 17, 2020

YOUR QUESTIONS answered in our new Duffee + Eitzen podcast. Episode 5: Therapist Jim Dolan discusses Maintaining Intimacy During this Stressful... Read More
How to keep the money you were gifted or inherited
How to Keep the Money You Were Gifted or Inherited, by Lisa Duffee
January 15, 2020

Did you receive a gift of money from your parents for Christmas? Do they give you an annual gift up to…

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Molly Behannon, Dallas TX
A New Year, A New You
December 31, 2019

A NEW YEAR, A NEW YOU “It is a new year; time to shine like the stars! This is a wonderful…

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How to prepare for divorce
Divorce Deconstructed:  How to prepare for a favorable outcome
October 9, 2019

by Lisa Duffee When “I do” becomes “I’m done”   Let me be clear, there is nothing easy about divorce. It will…

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Privacy and Technology in Your Practice: Why it Matters & Where is the Risk
October 2, 2019

PRIVACY AND TECHNOLOGY IN YOUR PRACTICE: WHY IT MATTERS AND WHERE IS THE RISK Dallas Bar Association Technology Summit 2019 2019... Read More
Substance abuse and divorce, on www.duffeeandeitzen.com blog
Substance Abuse and Divorce
August 14, 2019

Often, unhappy marriages lead to the use of substances as a means of coping. Alcohol, illicit drugs, and prescription drugs are…

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What is my divorce going to cost? on www.duffeeandeitzen.com blog
What is my divorce going to cost?
August 7, 2019

How much will my divorce cost?  It is one of the first questions I’m asked when meeting with a client for…

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what you should know if you are considering divorce, on www.duffeeandeitzen.com blog
What You Should Know If You Are Considering Divorce
July 31, 2019

The decision to divorce is never an easy one. Emotions are likely to be intense on both sides, which makes it…

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Post divorce checklist- very important once your divorce is finalized- on www.duffeeandeitzen.com blog
Post Divorce Checklist
July 24, 2019

There are many important items to consider when your divorce is final. Managing them all by yourself can feel overwhelming. Use the following checklist to determine key tasks that may need to be completed as you begin moving forward financially. 

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If is not not in writing it didn't happen, advice for parents dealing with school issues- on www.duffeeandeitzen.com blog
If It Is Not In Writing It Didn’t Happen
July 10, 2019

Parents tell me every day what a teacher or principal told them. Sometimes what I hear is shocking. Oftentimes I hear something that does not match what the law requires. But when it comes time to prove it, it becomes a “he said – she said” match, which rarely ends well for parents.

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Tip: Avoid Social Media and Texting
November 12, 2018

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Special Education 101
November 12, 2018

The current state of special education is quite a modern accomplishment.  Before 1975, many students with disabilities were simply denied access…

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What is the best way to communicate with high conflict people?
November 12, 2018

Not all people you encounter in your personal or professional life will be equipped to appropriately handle conflict.  These so-called “high…

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What is an IEP?
November 12, 2018

What is an IEP? An Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) is a written educational plan for a student in special education.  The…

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Unreimbursed Medical Expenses
November 12, 2018

The issue of unreimbursed medical expenses is common among many clients. It will always be an issue in a SAPCR (Suit…

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What is ARD?
November 12, 2018

An ARD is a meeting between a parent and certain public school personnel to discuss a student’s special education program. These…

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