It can be important to document or print text messages in custody cases or other family law disputes to show that they were sent, received, or read at a particular time.
Virtual mediations may be held anytime and anywhere, making them an attractive option for people who live in separate cities, have limited availability, or have unconventional schedules.
In Florida, a divorce starts when one spouse (the Petitioner) files a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the Clerk of the Court.
Divorce mediation is the resolution of outstanding issues between two spouses, such as a distribution of assets, deaths, or the creation of a parenting plan.
Marriage is going digital. Can divorce be far behind? A virtual divorce can alleviate stress for couples facing a backed-up legal system – but it can also result in a less powerful forum to achieve equity.
In Georgia, a separate maintenance action, sometimes referred to as a “legal separation,” can be an alternative to divorce but may not provide everything you are seeking.
Although you may not be able to pinpoint the exact moment where you fell out of love, you will know that something is wrong when you do not enjoy their company anymore. So when is it the right time to pull the plug on marriage?
The Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts are open for business but are operating under Standing Order 2-20, a temporary emergency order which identifies the types of cases that will be handled during this time.
Assuming divorce is inevitable, the sooner you start the process and determine where you stand and what your options are, the sooner you can start planning for your future. And the good news is, you don’t have to do it alone!
Even the most factually challenging matters and those with parties with strong personalities can be resolved in mediation. That being said, there are many different mediation myths and misconceptions that are simply not true.