Should A Marriage License Come With Warnings?

Should A Marriage License Come With Warnings?

Potential new pamphlets to accompany marriage licenses may list rights and obligations from marriage and on divorce.

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6 Things You Should do if You Want a New Year’s Divorce

6 Things You Should do if You Want a New Year’s Divorce

Happy New Year! By the end of next week, I will probably have received at least half a dozen phone calls from prospective new clients eager to get a New Year’s divorce. It happens every year. In the past, I thought it was simply a matter of timing. Unhappy couples wanted to get through the […]

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No One Can Touch My Retirement For Child Support or Alimony, Right?

No One Can Touch My Retirement For Child Support or Alimony, Right?

Retirement funds are not all safe from being taken to satisfy child support or alimony/spousal support obligations.

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How an Injunction During Divorce Can Keep You Safe

How an Injunction During Divorce Can Keep You Safe

When you’re in a scary situation, you need to be able to rely on the law to protect you. This is particularly true when you’re at risk of domestic violence.

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What Do I Do With My Wedding Ring After Divorce?

What Do I Do With My Wedding Ring After Divorce?

Here are some tips and considerations for when to stop wearing the ring, the value of the ring, and the family significance of the ring during a divorce.

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3 Reasons You Want to Avoid Family Court During Divorce

3 Reasons You Want to Avoid Family Court During Divorce

It is better for clients to make their own decisions about what’s best for their children rather than “the stranger in the black robe.”

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How to Deal With Assets and Debts During Divorce

How to Deal With Assets and Debts During Divorce

When you have no clue how to deal with the legal procedure and what steps you should take for the best possible outcome, relying on your lawyer’s would be the best option.

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4 Tips for Getting the Most from Your Attorney During Mediation

4 Tips for Getting the Most from Your Attorney During Mediation

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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How #MeToo Shook American Marriages

How #MeToo Shook American Marriages

When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?

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Does an Expert Witness’ Opinion Depend on Who Hired Them?

Does an Expert Witness’ Opinion Depend on Who Hired Them?

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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