Family Law

Divorcing When You Live in a Different State than Your Spouse

Monday, July 29th, 2019

There are a number of things that can make a divorce more complicated. Living in a different state than your spouse is one of them. Sometimes, your spouse may have decided to move when they realized your marriage was over. In other cases, you and your spouse may have separated and lived in two different...  read more

How Do I Prove Abandonment?

Saturday, June 1st, 2019

If your spouse has left you, you can cite abandonment as the reason you want a divorce. However, you then have to prove that your spouse has truly abandoned you, and that can be more difficult than you may think. This is especially true if your spouse decides to fight the divorce. If you’re trying...  read more

How to Begin a Separation

Monday, February 25th, 2019

If you’re ready to begin separating from your spouse, you need to take careful steps in the beginning to ensure that the process goes smoothly. Even if you’re not planning on getting divorced any time soon, a legal separation does still affect your finances and a number of other factors. By carefully planning out your...  read more

Documents to Gather Before You File for Divorce

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

Filing for divorce is often a very emotional, messy business. If your spouse served you unexpectedly, you’re likely in shock and are feeling very confused. If you plan on initiating the divorce process, especially if you know it’s going to be a contested divorce, you want to go into the process as prepared as you...  read more

What If I File for Divorce but then we Reconcile?

Monday, December 31st, 2018

Filing for divorce is often a very emotional process. You and your spouse may have fought or have discovered that you fundamentally disagree on something that seems too large to ever come to terms over. Because of this, you may have decided that divorce is your only option. But after filing the paperwork and living...  read more



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