How can I avoid going through a hostile divorce?

Divorce is never an easy time. It can put a strain on all parties involved. Relations between you and your soon-to-be-ex can start to become hostile and lead to a more difficult and messy situation. If you have any questions or need guidance through your divorce, we recommend speaking with a divorce...
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Why is it so Expensive to Go to Trial?

Going to court is like rolling a dice. There’s a chance you’ll get the outcome you want, but there’s also a chance that you won’t. Taking that risk and all the litigation fees into account, going to trial may not be something you want to do. It is a lengthy, emotional, expensive process, but...
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Is Your Unemployed Spouse Affecting Your Divorce?

Financial complications are one of the more common marital issues that lead to divorce. There may be many factors contributing to those financial difficulties, one of which might be your spouse being unemployed. Whether your spouse is unemployed intentionally or unintentionally, this could make the ...
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Protecting Your Credit During The Divorce Process

Divorces can be a life-altering experience. There are so many things to consider, like telling the kids, establishing visitation rights, and figuring out the financial aspects. Sometimes, it is hard to keep track of what comes next. One of those aspects you need to keep in check is your credit. Ofte...
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How Much Social Security Does My Ex Spouse Get?

Once you’ve finally decided divorce is the next step for you and your spouse, you’ll need to decide who gets what. After sharing everything for so long, it can become difficult when finding out who is entitled to what.  Especially when it comes to personal assets, such as social security. That ...
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The Pros and Cons of Joint Custody

Child custody is often the most controversial part of a divorce. There are a number of arrangements that may be reached including sole custody, joint custody, and split custody. Joint custody grants both parents legal and physical responsibility of their child. This does not entitle parents to equal...
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