Divorce is expensive and not everyone can afford it. This article addresses three strategies that can be utilized by anyone who is unable to afford legal representation in connection with a family law issue. 3 Strategies to Consider If You Can’t Afford a Family Lawyer 1. Limited Scope Representation Divorce cases involve a number of […]
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The Fiduciary Duty of Disclosure in Divorce: Why You Must Comply
If you’re going through a divorce, it’s important to remember your fiduciary duty of disclosure, including assets and debts. Here’s why!
5 Common Family Law Misconceptions
This blog addresses five of the common myths or misunderstandings about family law that I have frequently encountered in my practice. These family law misconceptions demonstrate the importance of understanding the complex world of family law in order to avoid serious mistakes or oversights that could jeopardize the outcome of a family law case. 1. […]
4 Steps to Take If You Become Involved in a Domestic Violence Incident
If you are involved in a legitimate domestic violence incident, there are things you need to do to avoid any misconception that your claims may be false.
3 Steps to Take if You Can’t Afford Child or Spousal Support
There are steps you can take if you can’t afford child or spousal support payments. To know what they are, read more to find out.
Father’s Day Falls on Her Day With the Kids — What Do I Do?
If Father’s Day lands on the mother’s visitation schedule, there are still steps a father can take to make sure the holiday is spent with his children.
Can My Common-Law Partner Divorce Me if We Weren’t Actually Married?
You may still be financially responsible the way you would be as if you were going through an actual divorce with common-law marriage.
What to Do When Your Ex Doesn’t Pay Child or Spousal Support
Your ex doesn’t pay child support or spousal support? There are steps you can take to ensure your ex-spouse complies with financial support orders.
5 Ways to Make Your Divorce Financially Possible
Unfortunately, many people are dissuaded from pursuing or even considering a divorce purely due to financial concerns. But, a significant portion of such people may actually be able to obtain a divorce if they utilize any of the following options: 1. Request That Your Spouse Must Pay Your Attorney’s Fees and Costs In many states, […]
3 Things to Consider Before You Move Out of the Family Residence
When considering to move out of the family residence during your divorce, keep in mind that it may affect child custody, your financial situation and more.
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