A Guide To Four Types Of Divorce
10 March 2020
Are you planning to ask your spouse for a divorce in the near future? If so, it helps to be aware of the different types of divorce that can result from ending a marriage.
A contested divorce happens when you and your spouse do not come to an agreement about the terms of settling the divorce. The disagreements can be about small things such as how to distribute some of your shared assets, or as big as deciding child custody arrangements.
3 Financial Questions To Address During A Divorce
5 March 2020
Dissolving a marriage, even if the two ex-partners are trying to handling things amicably, is rarely a simple process. A lot of financial questions come up in divorce law, and it's a good idea to think about them before getting into any paperwork or discussions. Here are three of the biggest questions you'll need to address during your divorce.
Dividing Up Property and Assets
Throughout a marriage, you and your ex probably accumulated a fair amount of stuff.
Divorcing As A Stay-At-Home Parent: Create A Plan For Success
5 March 2020
With stay-at-home parents, there is sometimes a perception that their contribution to the marriage is somewhat smaller than that of working parents. Consequently, their entitlement to property or assets during a divorce is expected to be limited; this idea is false. If you did not work during the marriage and are headed towards divorce, you don't have to walk away empty-handed, but there are some factors to keep in mind.
Dividing Property And Coming To A Divorce Agreement
27 February 2020
An easy divorce is one in which both parties know exactly how to divide marital property and are interested in being fair to each other. While it would be great if all divorces were this way, many people find themselves in the middle of a heated argument over everything when going through a divorce. Even if you come up with a divorce agreement that seems reasonable to you, a divorce attorney should always look over the agreement before you sign anything.