The “quarterback” of your divorce team will probably be your lawyer, but adding other divorce professionals to your team can smooth the road ahead of you.
Separation and Divorce Process
Divorce is an emotional and stressful process. However, there are a number of important decisions you have to make, and this Q&A could help you make more informed choices as you navigate the divorce process.
Getting divorced as quickly as possible – while ensuring a fair and workable settlement – will increase peace of mind and reduce stress on you and your family.
Your marriage may be ending, but you and your soon-to-be ex can still preserve what you created together – your family – using the collaborative divorce process.
You aren’t legally obligated to hire your own divorce lawyer just because your spouse did, but going up against a professional legal expert on your amateur own could be a bad idea.
Exhausted trying to figure out how the divorce process works? Listen to this overview to learn how it generally works in the United States and Canada.
The traditional separation is changing, with more couples hopping on the trend of semi-separating, ending their relationship but still living together.
Nobody wants to go through a divorce filled with accusations and disagreements. Unfortunately, in some cases, a divorce can go from amicable to ugly really quickly.
You can never be fully prepared for all the legal and emotional issues that may come up during a divorce, but there are steps you can take to minimize damage. To ensure a smoother divorce, follow these tips.
When you’re fighting for custody, division of assets or property, alimony, or child support in a contested divorce, gathering proper evidence to prove your side of the argument is of the utmost importance.