Consulting with an attorney can be a valuable component of an effective divorce mediation process. This article describes how to maximize the benefit and minimize the cost of attorney support during mediation.
The division of marital assets is crucial to the divorce process. Therefore, it’s vital to seek the advice and guidance of good divorce lawyers before you make any decisions.
Divorce is a stressful and highly emotional time, in short, major decisions like what is to happen to the marital home should not be made out of emotion.
It is possible and best to look at working through difficulties and problems in relationships as something other than fighting. Sure fighting can and does happen, but there is a better approach that will help both parties come out ahead.
When divorce terms are finalized and binding it does not necessarily mean it is time for the divorcing couple to sit back and relax.
Taking the time to understand your goals and concerns can feel indulgent when you are trying to make decisions about the rest of your life. However, your goals and concerns can keep you moving forward in the right direction.
If you are a woman old enough to be an AARP member contemplating divorce or legal separation, you need not only to understand the complications of divorce at your age but also find a family lawyer in your area with the experience to ensure your gray years will still be golden.
What should you do and say to your divorce attorney when you first meet? It sounds like a simple question, but meeting with a complete stranger to discuss the shortcomings of your marriage is often easier said than done.
When a couple decides to divorce, they may decide to resolve their divorce issues outside of court using a neutral divorce mediator as a facilitator. A mediator can help them navigate through their divorce discussions.
If a divorce case goes to trial, the experts brought by each party may have different – if not diametrically opposing – views. How does this happen?