Not all divorces involve conflict to the same degree, and in fact, minimizing conflict during divorce is possible.
Separation and Divorce Process
Here are tips on how to get a legal separation without a family lawyer.
If you are facing a difficult family matter that you urgently need to resolve, you know how critical it is for you to find the right legal representation to handle your case.
You can get divorced in the midst of the public health crisis, but getting through the process is going to be a challenge.
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.
In Florida, a divorce starts when one spouse (the Petitioner) files a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the Clerk of the Court.
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.
There is no such thing as winning in divorce – but there are most definitely successful outcomes. How can you develop the right mindset in divorce to increase the odds of a successful outcome?
The following are typical misconceptions about “winning your divorce” that family lawyers often hear from clients, and explanations to help clients understand and set realistic expectations for the process.
At the end of the day, therapy and mediation are complementary. The standard therapy tools of rapport building, validation, recognizing core needs and establishing goals, and cognitive reframing can also be an important part of the mediation process.