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Learning About Divorce

I always loved my husband, which is why I was so surprised when he cheated on me and it was time to end our marriage. Apparently, he had been doing it for years and years, which made the discovery even more painful. I knew that I needed to get out of our marriage, which is why I turned to a skilled family and divorce attorney for help. They took me by the hand, walked me through the proceedings, and helped me to come out on top. This blog is here for anyone who might be struggling through a painful divorce. You can find your life again, and a great lawyer can help you along the way.

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When Should You Go Back to Fight for Custody
14 March 2019

If you're a parent that has already gone through a

Tips For Protecting Your Interests During A Divorce
5 January 2019

If you are getting ready to file for divorce, then

Why Splitting Up Your Teenage Children After A Divorce Can Make A Lot Of Sense
24 November 2018

Keeping your children together when you and your s

Can You Afford To File For Bankruptcy?
20 October 2018

Once you make the decision to file for bankruptcy,

How To Divorce An Abusive Spouse
20 August 2018

If you are going through a divorce and your partne

When Should You Go Back to Fight for Custody

If you're a parent that has already gone through a child custody case and didn't get full custody of your child or didn't get enough time awarded to you, you may wonder when can you go back to fight for custody. You can fight for custody of your child at any time, but if your situation (and your child's situation) hasn't changed, custody may not be awarded to you again. Read on for some information to help guide you when it may be a good time to fight for custody of your child. Read More 

Tips For Protecting Your Interests During A Divorce

If you are getting ready to file for divorce, then it's important you protect your interests and do everything you can to ensure your success in court. If you know this to be the case but aren't sure where to start, here are some tips to get you started: Tip: Stop All Unnecessary Written Communications with Your Ex If your ex gets on your last nerve and you lash out with a nasty email or text message, this needs to stop immediately. Read More 

Why Splitting Up Your Teenage Children After A Divorce Can Make A Lot Of Sense

Keeping your children together when you and your spouse get divorced is common in a lot of families. For example, you might share custody of your children, and have them spend a week with you and then a week with your ex-spouse. There are lots of advantages to keeping children together, but as they get older, you might want to think about a different arrangement. If you and your spouse have two teenagers, splitting them up can make a lot of sense. Read More 

Can You Afford To File For Bankruptcy?

Once you make the decision to file for bankruptcy, it's important to understand the cost. This financial issue should not keep you from getting the financial help you need, so read on to find out what to expect when it comes to paying the costs of your bankruptcy. Bankruptcy Court Costs The court fee is due at the time of your filing and is usually part of the total fee you pay your attorney. Read More 

How To Divorce An Abusive Spouse

If you are going through a divorce and your partner is abusing you, then you should be very careful with how you handle the divorce process. Otherwise, the abuse may affect the divorce process and end up with an unfair resolution for you. Here are a few tips on what to do when divorcing an abusive spouse. Don't Choose Collaborative Divorce A collaborative divorce process is where both parties sit down, each with their respective lawyer, to negotiate the terms of the divorce. Read More