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Co-parenting After Divorce

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FindLaw

Are you facing a legal issue, or just looking for more information about a specific legal topic? FindLaw’s Learn About the Law section is the perfect starting point. Learn About the Law features informational articles about a wide variety of legal topics.

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U.S. Courts

How were the federal courts established? What kind of cases do they hear? What is the difference between state and federal courts? These might be some of the questions you’re asking when you visit uscourts.gov, and the answers are a click away.

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Collaborative Practice

Empowers you to resolve your legal disputes without judges, magistrates or court personnel making decisions for you.

Provides you with specially trained Collaborative lawyers, mental health and financial professionals to educate, support and guide you.

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Santa Barbara Collaborative Law

Collaborative Practice, including Collaborative Law and interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce, is a new way for you to 
resolve disputes respectfully.

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The Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

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The White House

Explore all the ways you can engage with the White House online and see our most recent updates

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