Recognizing and Addressing Issues Before and During divorce
- Alternatives to Divorce (5)
- Divorce Advice & Polls (21)
- Financial Issues (23)
- Legal Separation (12)
- The Family Court System (8)
- Types of Divorce (7)
Why Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
A prenuptial agreement can educate, protect and give you a greater financial advantage should your future marriage end in divorce.
What is a divorce?
People have many questions about divorce, what it involves, how to proceed with one and so on. Therefore, I will try to answer some of the most common questions people seem to have when faced with divorce.
Steps Involved in the Divorce Process
An outline of the legal steps you will go through once you have decided to divorce.
Can The Irreconcilable Differences in Your Marriage be Reconciled?
Since no-fault divorce laws couples have been able to divorce on the grounds of "irreconcilable differences." One has to wonder though, how many of those differences can be reconciled and how many couples are throwing in the towel due to problems in the marriage that are not insurmountable.
Can My Spouse Refuse to Sign Divorce Papers?
You can obtain a divorce even if your spouse refuses to sign for a divorce.
What to Do Before You File For a Divorce
For most, emotions get in the way of rational thinking during divorce. The decision to divorce is often times based on negative emotions that can cause a person to jump into the divorce process instead of wade in slowly. There are negative consequences to not "getting your ducks in a rown" before filing for a divorce. Just as with any other...
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Top Ten Divorce Books
Want to be prepared? What better way than to read all you can about divorce, the divorce process and what to expect during this life transition. Check out this list of the top ten books on divorce.
Step-By-Step Advice For Those Thinking About Divorce
A step-by-step guide of what to expect once you make the decision to divorce. You will learn what to expect from your divorce attorney, what happens during the divorce process and the ins and outs of the Family Court System.
The Issue of No - Fault Divorce
Article on the Pros and Cons of Divorce.
Why Is The Divorce Rate So High?
I am often asked why I believe the divorce rate is so high. I am often told why others feel the divorce rate is so high. I have an opinion and so does everyone else.
Child Health Coverage After Divorce
It is important that children have health care insurance when in the care of both parents. Accomplishing this can be complicated and will play a large role during divorce settlement negotiations.
Keep Divorce From Ruining Your Credit
Steps that need to be taken to keep divorce from ruining your credit.
Why Are Temporary Court Orders Issued During a Divorce?
There are many issues to decide in a divorce case and it can take from several months to, at times several years to work out all those issues. A temporary court order is used to keep the status quo from the time the divorce is filed until a final divorce settlement agreement is negotiated
Covenant Marriage: Pros and Cons
The bottom line of most covenant marriage laws is that a couple can't get a divorce easily. This means that when a couple gets their marriage license they must choose how they would end their marriage.
What is a Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement is a legally bind contract created by two people before they marry. In the prenuptial agreement the couple addresses such issues as the property bought into the marriage by each person and what the property rights of each will be should they divorce.
Would Your Marriage Benefit From a Postnuptial Agreement?
The popularity of postnuptial agreements are on the rise. Does your marriage need one?