Judge Lisa Gorcyca has ordered three children to juvenile detention for refusing to maintain a “healthy relationship” with their father, calling the case one of the worst examples of parental alienation she has ever witnessed.
A Palm Beach, Florida judge has ruled that Martin Zelman, who suffers from dementia, is not competent enough to seek a divorce from his wife, Lois.
When your family breaks up, it feels like your very survival is threatened. Mediation merges all of the aspects of repairing a broken family – including the legal, financial, and emotional facets.
There is more than one way to get divorced, and the process you choose can have a big impact on the final terms of your divorce. It can also affect how difficult your divorce will be for you and your family emotionally, how much support you’ll have as you go through the process, and how prepared you’ll be for your life after divorce.
Ten questions to help you and your spouse figure out whether you’re good candidates for Collaborative Divorce.
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.
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.
Ten tips for staying cool and calm during heated divorce-related negotiations or conversations.
How the mediation process can diffuse the conflict and improve communication in your divorce.
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.
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