Consulting with an attorney can be a valuable component of an effective divorce mediation process. This article describes how to maximize the benefit and minimize the cost of attorney support during mediation.
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If a divorce case goes to trial, the experts brought by each party may have different – if not diametrically opposing – views. How does this happen?
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Even if you and your spouse have the best intentions and full financial disclosure, there are several reasons why your self-prepared marital settlement agreement should be reviewed by your own attorney before you sign it.
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Divorce is hard. Keeping your information safe might be harder. Using these four tips to handle cybersecurity concerns during your divorce can make the process easier and less stressful.
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Once you’ve made your decision to divorce, your new attorney will need information from you in order to get the ball rolling and the divorce process started.
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