The pandemic has affected families in different ways. Here’s what you need to know about the divorce process during COVID-19.
Preparing for Divorce
The emotional distress caused by the discovery of marital infidelity can make the best of people take irrational (and sometimes unwise) actions.
January, also known as “Divorce Month,” tends to see an increase in divorce filings and inquiries.
Whether you should hire a divorce lawyer or not depends on a number of factors.
By thinking about the future now, you’ll be able to focus on the right things before you begin divorce proceedings.
Here are our top 5 details not to overlook to ensure your agreement doesn’t fall victim to the financial pitfalls of a poorly written divorce agreement.
Here’s what you need to know about selling your house during divorce.
The key is to find an objective divorce financial expert who is also a licensed financial and investment professional and has a solid understanding of financial considerations in a divorce. This can make all the difference when protecting your investments in the face of divorce. Here are the rights and responsibilities of investment advisor during divorce.
Depositions can be stressful and it’s important that you do well. So, it is essential that you and your lawyer take the time to meet and prepare. There is no substitution for thorough preparation.
Getting divorced in a country where you don’t speak the language natively comes with added complications. The emotional toll of the process can be intense. Of course, that’s also before the addition of coronavirus health risks, national lockdowns and closed borders.