A misunderstanding over finances or access to children could create a very painful post-divorce situation, which the use of a certified legal translator could prevent.
What You Need to Know About High Asset Divorce
High asset divorce cases often entail complex legal issues. Here are some key things to consider.
Top 10 Most Expensive Divorces of All Time
Divorces among the rich and famous are notorious for involving large sums of money and expensive property. These 10 wealthy individuals learned that without a prenup, you must be prepared to give up a big portion of your assets to your ex.
The Do’s and Don’ts in High-Conflict Custody Cases
Children shouldn’t be caught in the middle when their parents are going through a divorce. During a high-conflict custody battle, keep these do’s and don’ts in mind.
Michigan Judge Sends Children To Juvenile Detention For Violating Parenting Order
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.
If A Divorce Is Complex, Can You Still Use A Mediator?
Karen Covy, a divorce lawyer in Chicago, answers: Yes! As a matter of fact, using a mediator in a complex case is often the best choice you can make – as long as you choose the right mediator. A mediator can take the time to dive into complex issues; a judge has hundreds (or thousands) […]
What happens when one spouse has been the stay-at-home spouse and the other one has been out working…
What happens when one spouse has been the stay-at-home spouse and the other one has been out working, and the one that’s working feels they shouldn’t have to give half of their assets to their spouse. Is there anything they can do about that?
10-Year Divorce Trial Continues in Connecticut
After a 10-year process, a divorce trial is back in court over the next few months in Connecticut.
When Mental Illness Is Real
This article gives insight to children living with parents that have been diagnosed with a mental illness and how the co-parent may use this against you in divorce.
Court Programs to Treat and Prevent High-Conflict Divorce
Here are some great examples of resources available to prevent or reduce a high-conflict divorce, including mediation, counseling, and more.
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