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Learning About the Legal Process

Nothing is more intimidating than a courtroom governed by a judge. In addition to dealing with your fear of public speaking and scary-looking court police officers, you might also be worried about winning your case. Fortunately, you don't have to go into any legal situation by yourself. By working with an attorney, you can learn more about the legal process without sacrificing your own sanity. Because I want you to know what to say and do in court, I think you should read through my blog. This information can help you to know what to expect, so that you can take this new experience in stride.

An Overview Of Divorce Bifurcation

3 December 2019
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In a typical divorce process, couples remain married until the whole process is completed and the judge issues the divorce decree. This means you may stay married for as long as two years or more to someone you don't want to be married to. This is what divorce bifurcation seeks to avoid. What It Means In divorce bifurcation, the court declares you legally divorced before you have settled the salient divorce issues. Read More …

What Do You Need To Obtain Alimony?

17 September 2019
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When a couple ends a marriage, one person may not have a solid financial standing. This situation is often seen when one parent stays home with the children, leaving the other to be the primary wage earner. In these cases, the spouse who does not currently work can request alimony. Here are some things you should know about the process: How Can You Get Alimony? When you ask for alimony, the court will evaluate a variety of factors. Read More …

How To Prepare For Divorce After Domestic Abuse

1 July 2019
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When you seek a divorce for domestic violence, the process can be difficult. Domestic violence is abuse in the form of physical harm, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, stalking, and the like. After you have made the choice to divorce a violent person, you need to be careful and protect yourself. The following are some things you should do, when dealing with a domestic abuse divorce: Seek a Safe Place The first thing you have to do is make sure you are in a safe place for you and your children if applicable. Read More …

Can You Ask For More Child Support?

28 April 2019
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If you have sole custody of your child and the child's other parent is making child support payments to you, then you probably rely on that money to do things like buy clothing for your child, send them to school, and purchase groceries. What if the money coming in just is not enough? You've been working and looking for higher-paying jobs. You've been trying to make the money stretch, but it's just not working. Read More …

Divorce Tips For Grieving Couples

27 February 2019
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Divorce and grief often go hand in hand more often than people realize. According to many experts, divorce creates a feeling of loss and this often leads to a sense of grief. Therefore, a couple going through a divorce may experience a certain level of grief. There are couples who may also be divorcing at a time when they're grieving. This could be due to the loss of a parent, a child or a close friend. Read More …