If you are the biological father of a child born to an intact marriage, but you are not the husband, here is some much-needed clarification on paternity by the Florida Supreme Court.
Based on what kind of a divorce you file for, you don’t need your spouse to sign divorce papers. In all states, you can get a divorce whether your spouse signs the paperwork or not.
Divorce proceedings can put an enormous amount of emotional strain on you. You may think that using the same divorce lawyer as your soon-to-be ex-partner can help alleviate some of that stress – both financially and emotionally – but you must keep the following in mind.
There are several types of divorce cases divorce attorneys handle; look for one with plenty of experience in handling your type of case.
Who will get the family’s vehicle? When partners decide to separate and seek a divorce, the question as to who gets to keep the car can be hotly contested.
Be careful what you post on social media and other online sites during and after divorce! You don’t want a spiteful ex to get ammunition from your social media pages to use against you.
The idea of going to divorce court is daunting. If you’re nervous about how to behave in court, here are six tips for you to follow.
An eye-opening look at how the collaborative law process could fail both litigators and their clients.
Cohabitation after divorce seems like a great alternative to remarriage, but it’s still important to take steps to protect yourself.
The new alimony law – effective as of January 1, 2019 – has effectively taken the longstanding alimony tax deduction and thrown it into the proverbial trash. Should you be worried?