A marriage can end for various reasons, ranging from cheating spouses to differences in temperaments. But, there are two ways to end a marriage legally: annulment or divorce.
Pope Francis has modified the annulment process, making it easier and more affordable than ever before for Catholics to exit unhappy marriages.
A New Jersey family lawyer discusses the divorce process, including the average cost and length, as well as common pitfalls to avoid.
A New York City family lawyer discusses the most frequent issues facing divorcing couples in New York.
In this podcast you will learn about: Starting the divorce process The grounds for divorce in New Jersey Fault vs. No-fault divorce The difference between a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce The benefits of mediation, arbitration and collaborative divorce Equitable distribution What to do when creating a prenuptial agreement How alimony / spousal support […]
Peter Paras, a family lawyer in Red Bank, answers: In most states, marriages can be annulled if the parties are too closely related. Every state bans marriages between siblings and between children and parents. Many states prohibit marriages between first cousins; however, each state is different in this respect. If the relationship is of a […]
Aside from the Vatican, the Philippines is the only country in the world where divorce is impossible: the only way to end a marriage there is through annulment.
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?