Posts filed under: Divorce

From start to finish, a divorce can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to several years. That’s because the traditional divorce route includes:  Filing and serving a petition for dissolution of marriage Collecting and reviewing relevant financial information  Hearings...
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When it comes to the dissolution of a marriage (or “divorce”), there are a couple of alternatives to the standard divorce route. One infrequently used alternative is a declaration of invalidity of the marriage – more commonly known as “annulment.” ...
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Does your mind, now that it’s the time of year when your child is likely making decisions about college, immediately jump to money? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. As parents, we want to do everything for our children, especially if...
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Summer is the perfect time for you and your loved ones to get together and enjoy that beautiful weather, especially when your children are on their summer break. When parents get divorced or separated, it is important to set guidelines...
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Before getting married, you and your fiancé may discuss the need for a Prenuptial Agreement. This can be a great tool for protecting yourselves, your families, and your assets. While you and your partner may easily collaborate on what to...
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The holidays are always a special time of the year, but they can also be tough on divorced or separated families. In a divorce or parentage proceeding, it is important to establish both a regular and holiday parenting time schedule....
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It is no secret that divorce can be a stressful and exhausting experience. As a stay-at-home parent, the thought of going through divorce may seem even more daunting. Many stay-at-home parents have given up their own careers to help further...
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The division of assets in a divorce is often one of the most contested and emotional issues. Assets can range anywhere from bank accounts to real estate. The assets acquired during the marriage are considered marital property and subject to...
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