Not everyone wants to get married for a second time, which can leave some people feeling like they’re unable to show their partner, friends, and family just how committed they really are. Without a second trip down the aisle, you might like to take some of the following actions.
These complexities of divorce make it challenging for former spouses to relocate to a new state once the courts finalize the divorce.
Family law takes a very different view of cohabitation than it does of marriage.
Share the love you have and you will never be alone. Not on Valentine’s Day or any other day.
In my experience, traditional divorce takes, on average, about 6 months to 1 year to complete. Some are much faster, but some take longer.
There are several statutes in Indiana that could affect children born as a result of assisted reproduction.
Although recording your spouse or children during your divorce may seem like a good way to gather evidence for your case, the reality is that clients must be extremely cautious when doing so, or risk criminal repercussions.
Not many think of a background check before marriage as part of a standard marriage process. Hopefully, before someone has broached the topic of marriage, they have already established enough of a foundation of trust that they would have disclosed everything their partner needed to know ahead of time.
In divorce terms term, ‘no deal’ means going to court to have your finances determined for you by a judge. It means giving up the right to decide your own future and having a deal imposed upon you that may not fit your family circumstances.
Per Google, “disillusion” is defined as “disappointment resulting from the discovery that something is not as good as one believed it to be.” If you are considering a dissolution vs. divorce vs. legal separation, you have likely come to the realization that your marriage is not as good as you once believed. But which path is best to take?