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Divorce and Custody Attorneys

Couples considering divorce have many questions on everything from property settlement to alimony, annulment, child custody and all topics in between. These articles are informational only and are not meant to be taken as legal advice. Anyone considering divorce or in the midst of a separation, divorce, or child custody proceeding needs to have legal representation.

Many people getting a divorce for the first time do not realize all of the work that goes on “behind the scenes” when preparing a divorce. Prepping the case is not that difficult when both parties agree, but in many cases, divorce leads to custody battles and fights over assets (including real property) and liabilities....

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While everyone knows that a divorce attorney is a powerful ally during a contested divorce and custody dispute, virtually anyone ending a marriage can benefit from retaining one. This is true for divorces where both parties agree to most of the terms and adversarial splits alike. If you’re considering ending a marriage, it’s critical to...

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Although you may hear fewer people talking about alimony today as you did a few decades ago, spousal support payments still exist. The judge in a divorce hearing can award alimony to either spouse depending on their unique situation. If you’re concerned about whether you qualify for alimony payments – or that you’ll have to...

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Divorce lawyers represent individuals going through a legal separation or divorce. Read on for the top 10 things to know about divorce lawyers. Divorce lawyers work in family court: This is a special court within the system of courts. Family courts are usually run at the state level as opposed to at the federal level...

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Family law is the part of civil law that regulates marriage, prenuptial agreements, divorce, child custody, domestic violence and other family issues. Depending on the state, family law cases may be heard in superior court or in civil court. Some states have a separate family law division of the court because of the large number...

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Divorce can be a traumatic emotional experience, and can also leave you facing serious financial strife. If you believe your marriage may be ending, you need to prepare yourself by contacting a divorce attorney. Before you do, however, you need to be prepared. Read on for the top 10 things to do before contacting a...

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A separation agreement is typically used in states that offer legal separation. The separation agreement is drafted, then signed and filed with the clerk of court. The parties are “legally” separated, which means that they are divorced from bed and board only. While the parties are still legally married, states that recognize legal separation may...

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In an uncontested divorce, both parties have come to agreement before kicking off the legal process of ending a marriage. They have worked through all of the issues in a divorce, such as child custody and visitation, division of real property, division of liabilities, division of assets and division of stocks and retirement accounts and...

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Most states have forms available for a do-it-yourself divorce, allowing a person to file his or her own divorce without the aid of an attorney. The forms are available through the clerk of court’s office. Some of the states provide divorce forms on the Internet, either through the clerk of court’s web page or the...

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A custody fight can be one of the most upsetting parts of a divorce. When you and your spouse are having a dispute over custody of your child, you need to be prepared to appear in court and you need to ensure you follow all legal rules and laws. Read on for the top 10...

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