Mistakes That Can Reduce Your Divorce Settlement

20 April 2018
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It is not just the divorce laws that determine how much of your marital assets you can walk away with during divorce, even your actions have a role to play. For example, the following mistakes can reduce your divorce settlement. Ignoring Professional Appraisers There are assets that you can appraise on your own, such as the used car you recently bought for a few thousands of dollars or money in your savings account. Read More 

4 Important Elements To Include In A Parenting Plan

18 January 2018
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If you and your spouse have decided that you can no longer be married, and you have children, you are going to have to determine how to split the custody of your children. Instead of approaching it as a situation where you are trying to ensure that each parent gets equal time with your child, approach custody as an issue of creating an ever-evolving plan for your child's particular needs. Many parents are embracing a parenting plan over a custody agreement. Read More 

Three Guidelines For Your Divorce Process

17 October 2017
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When you're going through a divorce that has you down and out, all you're searching for is a light at the end of the tunnel. If this is what you're in need of, it's important that you follow some divorce strategies and also reach out to a lawyer that can help you out. In order to move forward with a divorce process that goes by smoothly and to your benefit, consider the guidelines below and start contacting some lawyers: Read More 

Just Because Divorce Mediation Didn’t Work Doesn’t Mean You Have To Go To Court

11 July 2017
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Going through a divorce is rough in many ways. Whether or not you both agree to the end of your marriage may have no bearing on how things go when it comes to dividing property, assets, and the care of your children. If you hired family law attorneys to draw up the divorce papers and then realized you are not agreeing on things, you were probably advised to meet with a mediator. Read More 

When Divorce Mediation Might Not Be Right For You

9 June 2017
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An easy and quick divorce is the goal for most couples. Given the emotions that come along with the process, getting it over with and moving on is important. Divorce mediation services often seem like the way to go about this. While mediation is fast and relatively painless, when compared to a traditional divorce – it is not a good idea in every situation. History of Abuse If there is a history of abuse in your relationship, mediation might not be the route to take. Read More