Waste And Dissipation Of Marital Assets: How It Can Affect Your Settlement

15 December 2015
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What happens when your divorce turns ugly and a large sum of money that belonged in your joint account has suddenly gone missing? What if your spouse maxes out the family credit cards on a vacation with his or her new-found love interest? Whatever has happened, it's certainly justifiable for you to feel that you're about to get cheated out of a fair share of the assets that you used to have or stuck with bills that you don't deserve. Read More 

Making Custody Agreements Easier To Agree On

7 December 2015
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Of all the steps involved in ending your marriage one of the hardest will be settling any custody disputes. However, this part of the divorce process is essential to the mental and emotional well-being of your child, and can play a serious role in your long-term relationship with your spouse. As a parent, it's important that you go into any custody discussion with a clear focus on what's best for your child, rather than any other personal motivations. Read More 

Tips For Making Your Time With Your Divorce Attorney More Efficient

4 December 2015
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If you are going through a divorce, you might feel lost in your break up and in the legal details of this process. While your attorney is there to help and be there with you every step of the way, you can try your best to use this time wisely. Read more here about four ways you can keep your time with your attorney efficient and to its best use. Read More 

Signs That Your Child Isn’t Dealing With Your Separation Well

2 December 2015
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Words like divorce, separation, or custody can be daggers to your children. You should consider handling this situation with all the help you can get, including your family, family attorney, and even the following guide. The following are a few signs that may reveal your child is not taking your separation well.  Feelings Stirred By Separation The following are just some of the things that your child or children may be feeling regarding this drastic change: Read More 

Common Mistakes That Could Impact Your Custody Rights

30 November 2015
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A divorce is a difficult transition for you, your soon-to-be ex-spouse and, perhaps most of all, your children. If you and your spouse are not able to come to an agreement when it comes to who will have custody of your children, a judge may need to decide who has which rights. While you may be dedicated to doing all you can to retain primary or joint custody of your kids, there are some common mistakes that you might make that could negatively impact your case. Read More