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Specialty tag(s): High-Conflict Divorce, Divorce

Ways to Prepare for a Divorce When Your Spouse has a Substance Abuse Problem

Aimee Pingenot Key | October 31, 2018

Going through a divorce is difficult, even more so when your spouse has a substance or alcohol abuse problem. In this video, Texas divorce attorney Aimee Pingenot Key discusses how you can prepare yourself.

To learn more, contact Aimee Pingenot Key at (214) 373-7676.

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