You should familiarize yourself with these six common divorce questions – answered by a family lawyer – if you’re considering divorce.
It is better for clients to make their own decisions about what’s best for their children rather than “the stranger in the black robe.”
Litigants in long-term marriages that are coming to an end face significant challenges when they want a divorce.
You don’t need an attorney to get one. Prenups aren’t worth the paper they’re written on, and there is no such thing as a “quicky divorce.”
You have to prove you are truly in the position of a parent despite not being biologically or legally related to the child.
Participating in any forms of social media during your divorce is likely to cause more harm than good.
Protecting the children from the destruction of a litigated, high-conflict divorce by putting kids first, managing emotions, and staying out of court.
There are several types of divorce cases divorce attorneys handle; look for one with plenty of experience in handling your type of case.
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.
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.