Be happy you’re living in the United States if you’re unhappy in your marriage!
A new California pet law, which takes effect in early 2019, will allow couples involved in divorce proceedings to petition for sole or joint ownership of a pet.
An eye-opening look at how the collaborative law process could fail both litigators and their clients.
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?
The divorce process doesn’t come with a “how-to” manual, and there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach. Here are 7 steps to help make it more manageable.
When receiving child support, a parent is expected to spend the money on essentials for the children. But are there laws enforcing child support accountability and ensuring funds are spent appropriately?
The role of Facebook in divorce is expanding thanks to a new law that allows a spouse to serve an absent spouse with a complaint for divorce.
Your divorce costs can run high if you aren’t prepared going into the divorce process. Follow these basic rules to help you save money in the long run.
Just because you live in a no-fault state doesn’t mean that fault can’t be used or argued during your divorce case. Here’s what you need to know.
Avoiding these divorce mistakes will help your case and prevent future regrets.