Category Archives: Divorce Law

Going to Court During the Pandemic

Even though the pandemic appears to be wrapping up, its effect on the world is still being strongly felt. One of those effects is on the court system. While some trials have continued to be done in person, many have moved online. Virtual court has become much more commonplace than it once was, and while […]

  • Posted on: Mar 29 2021
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How to Prepare for a Divorce

Getting ready for a divorce is never easy. Even if both you and your spouse agree that the marriage is over, there are still a lot of feelings to process and legal steps to take. That’s why being prepared for court can help make the process a little easier. It can reduce the time it […]

  • Posted on: Feb 26 2021
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How Separate Property Can Become Marital Property

Divorce can include many unpleasant surprises. When it comes to the division of property, one such surprise can come in the form of the judge declaring something you thought was your separate, individual property is to be considered a marital asset. This means it will have to be divided between you and your spouse. When […]

  • Posted on: Jan 25 2021
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How Does Military Divorce Differ from a Standard Divorce?

While most people may not realize it, there are some differences between getting a divorce as civilians and getting divorced when one or both of you are in the military. If the military spouse is not being deployed and you have not moved recently, the process may be fairly similar to a standard civilian divorce. […]

  • Posted on: Nov 16 2020
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Things to Avoid Doing During a Divorce

Going through a divorce is a difficult time, but it can be made even worse if you make mistakes during the process. There are a number of different things you need to make sure you avoid during a divorce in order to ensure that you come out of it with the resolution you want. Here […]

  • Posted on: Oct 23 2020
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