Understanding Divorce Laws

Three Reasons Why You Should Put Your Separation Agreements In Writing

Separation and divorce are complicated matters. Even when both parties claim that the separation and/or divorce is mutual and uncontested, one spouse can quickly change his/her mind and create a world of chaos. If you and your spouse are currently seeking a legal separation but do not know for certain that you are divorcing, you should still get your separation agreements in writing and get them notarized. Here are some reasons why. Read More 

Did You Split With the Other Parent of Your Child but Were Never Married? Talk With A Lawyer about Co-Parenting And Mediation

Have you lived with the other parent of your child since the child was born but are now deciding to split up? Do you think the other parent should pay child support? You guys can avoid going through social services and the court system if you can mediate the terms with a family lawyer. You need to negotiate not only the terms of the child support but also the visitation rights. Read More 

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Understanding Divorce Laws

About a year ago, I found out that my wife was cheating on me. I didn't know what to do or where to start, but I knew that I wanted out of our marriage. I decided to do a little research to find a quality lawyer in the area, and I was able to find an incredible representative who could help. I met with him, and he walked me through the entire process and the divorce laws that applied to the situation. This blog is all about the importance of working with a divorce lawyer and understanding the intricacies that might apply to your case.



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Three Reasons Why You Should Put Your Separation Agreements In Writing
19 August 2016

Separation and divorce are complicated matters. Ev