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.
When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
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?
Even if you and your spouse have the best intentions and full financial disclosure, there are several reasons why your self-prepared marital settlement agreement should be reviewed by your own attorney before you sign it.
Divorce is hard. Keeping your information safe might be harder. Using these four tips to handle cybersecurity concerns during your divorce can make the process easier and less stressful.
What happens when you don’t know where your spouse is? Do you have the ability to get a divorce in Florida? Of course you do.
Divorce mediation has many financial, logistical, psychological and emotional benefits when compared to a traditional, lawyer-driven divorce litigation process.
Even in situations where you may not be able to get emergency child custody in North Carolina, the standard custody process is available to ask the court to determine a custody matter.
More Americans in their 20s live with a partner than are married to one. While attitudes about marriage have changed, millennials have much more open attitudes towards cohabitation than previous generations.
In divorce actions, all participants would prefer a scenario where the one spouse dictates the separation terms. Particularly if you are concerned about the home business you worked so hard to build, animosity toward a divorcing spouse should be avoided at all costs.