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How can I Expedite My Divorce Case?

December 15, 2020

The divorce process can be lengthy, often dragging on for a period of months or even years. For this reason, people going through the divorce process typically want to find out how to complete the proceedings as fast as possible. There are some options to expedite a divorce case. By following the right steps and…

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What is Parental Alienation?

December 9, 2020

Children react to divorce in different ways. Some children enjoy getting to be with both parents on opposite weeks, adapting well to new child custody arrangements. Other children stop wanting to spend time with one parent, irrespective of whether that parent is the custodial or non-custodial parent. Though this can be a normal behavioral response…

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What Records Should I Keep Regarding Alimony?

December 1, 2020
Alimony

At the conclusion of a divorce proceeding, the court orders the dissolution of marriage. The order will often contain specific requirements regarding payments of alimony, child custody, and more. When alimony is ordered by a court, it becomes legally enforceable. It is important for both the payor and the recipient to keep adequate records of…

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How Do I Obtain a Domestic Violence Restraining Order in My Divorce Case?

November 24, 2020
Restraining order

A victim of domestic violence has legal avenues available for them to seek protection from their abuser, especially in a divorce case. One such protection is the issuance of a restraining order. An individual who fears for their safety during a divorce can seek a restraining order to prevent their ex-spouse from being able to…

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Are Personal Injury Settlements Considered in Divorce Cases?

November 18, 2020
personal injury settlements

Some of the most common questions about divorce relate to how property and finances are divided. Since marital property is divided, what happens if a personal injury settlement is incurred during a divorce case? Divorce settlements require the determination of property ownership. Making this determination can be relatively simple to fairly complex. The complexity comes…

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How Should a Retiree Manage a Divorce?

November 9, 2020
manage divorce process

According to a report published by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), divorcing in retirement is both a financial and emotional burden on an individual. Despite this burden, the rate of gray divorces, or divorces for couples that are over 50 years old, is growing. A retiree can help secure their assets by following a few…

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Do Unemployed Parents Still Have to Pay Child Support?

November 3, 2020
child support

Family law issues can be delicate. The laws are complex and emotions can run high. This is especially true when it comes to child custody and support issues. Parents frequently ask about the rules for paying child support because each case is different. One concern, especially during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, is whether or not…

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Can Social Media Posts be Used as Evidence in Divorce Court?

October 26, 2020
social media

A spouse or even an ex-spouse can attempt to enter social media posts into the record during divorce proceedings. The judge will ultimately decide if the social media posts appear to be the writing of the other party. However, a social media post can be an unreliable source of information since an account can be…

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How Does Domestic Violence Affect Divorce?

October 20, 2020
domestic violence

Domestic violence can have very devastating consequences, and it is a very common reason for divorce. Domestic violence refers to many different forms of abuse committed by a member of a family, household, or by an intimate partner. This type of abuse can also be committed by anyone in a romantic relationship or dating engagement.…

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What Rights Do Grandparents Have Regarding Visitation?

October 12, 2020
grandparent visitation rights

Divorce affects children in many ways. For children who are used to seeing their grandparents, altering these visits can be very disruptive. It may seem obvious that caring parents would allow and enable their children to continue to visit with grandparents; however, this is not always the case. There can be many reasons why a…

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