If you’re going through a divorce, it’s always best to pretend that anything you write, tweet, text, or send digitally will one day be read in front of a judge.
Military retirement benefits are often the most valuable asset in a military marriage, so it’s important for servicemembers and their spouses to understand the implications of these benefits during a divorce.
Ten tips for staying cool and calm during heated divorce-related negotiations or conversations.
There are many options to settle your divorce issues, including mediation, arbitration, collaboration, litigation, and pro se. But which one is right for you? Here’s an overview of the options at your disposal.
If you’re more than 60 years old and divorcing, collaboration or mediation can be your best hope of preserving your family’s finances.
How to find the right family lawyer for your unique needs.
Here’s a basic primer on how the divorce process works.
South Carolina has five grounds for divorce: one "no-fault" ground and four "fault" grounds. The no-fault ground is living separate and apart without cohabitation for a period of one year.
A divorce may be granted under Texas divorce law using either "Fault" or "No-Fault" grounds. Of these, the "No-Fault" grounds are the most straightforward and easiest to prove.
What are the grounds for divorce in California?