Here’s how the changes to the Divorce Act can help mitigate the financial and emotional impact on separating families, especially when it comes to high-conflict disputes.
Divorce isn’t easy, no matter what you do for work. In certain lines of work, however, other demands and complex benefits get in the way of what would otherwise be quite amicable procedures.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a unique event for everyone, including lawyers and the courts, with continued impacts on the modern world. Attorneys may not have all the answers, but they can provide couples with options on how to best proceed.
The pandemic has affected families in different ways. Here’s what you need to know about the divorce process during COVID-19.
Divorce can be scary for many reasons. Be sure to get the support that you need from family, friends, and mental health professionals.
Personal injury accidents cause stress for not only the victim but everyone remotely involved. A married couple experiencing lots of stress because of a personal injury accident may decide to divorce rather than navigating the situation together.
Divorces involving potentially criminal allegations are extremely serious. If this describes your situation, it is best to add an experienced criminal defense attorney to your team.
If you’re dealing with your spouse’s addiction and are thinking about getting a divorce, there are unique legal issues and strategies you might have to grapple with
Going through a divorce is a difficult experience. When you have the wrong divorce lawyer on your side, it can make the experience even more difficult. Here are things to look out for.
One of the most common ways domestic violence convictions can affect a divorce proceeding is the right of child custody afforded to the abuser. Learn more here.