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FAQ: Divorce Trial

By |May 27th, 2020|Legal Issues|

Q: How much does a trial cost? A: Divorce trials can be costly. For your lawyer to prepare for and conduct a divorce trial seldom costs less than $10,000 to $20,000. Costs can go even higher, even up to $100,000 [...]

Starting a Divorce

By |May 26th, 2020|Legal Issues|

Divorce is about division. The spouses are dividing one household into two. They are dividing their assets, time with their children, and their possessions. The first step is to take stock of what there is to divide.   In most [...]

Same Sex Marriage and Divorce

By |May 28th, 2020|Legal Issues|

People in same-sex relationships long looked forward to the day their marriages were treated like marriages. Finally, in 2015, the United States Supreme Court held that the right to marry is an essential part of a person's liberty. They ruled [...]

Understanding Child Support

By |May 27th, 2020|Legal Issues|

Every child has the right to financial support from their parents until they reach the age of majority, which is between eighteen and twenty-one, depending on the state.    In almost every case, the parent who has the children less [...]

Dividing Debts

By |June 26th, 2020|Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

There are three parties involved in the division of debts in your divorce agreement: you, your spouse, and your creditor. While your divorce agreement is legally binding for you and your spouse, this isn’t true for your creditor.   Here [...]

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Divorce can be very expensive, time consuming and painful. It doesn’t have to be.
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Dividing Debts

By |June 26th, 2020|Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

There are three parties involved in the division of debts in your divorce agreement: you, your spouse, and your creditor. While your divorce agreement is legally binding for you and your spouse, this isn’t true for your creditor.   Here [...]

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