When a Spouse Won’t Move Out During Divorce

November 19th, 2017

Knowing who should move out and when during a divorce is one of the most difficult decisions in a separation. Once you have decided to divorce, it can be very hard to continue living together, even for a short period. … Continue reading

Why a DIY Divorce is Not Advisable

November 12th, 2017

The expenses associated with divorce are some of the more dreaded elements of the process. Because of this, many people search for more affordable ways to divorces—sometimes desperately. Many a person has considered a DIY divorce. While it seems attractive … Continue reading

Avoiding Stubbornness in Divorce

November 11th, 2017

How do we know when we’re being stubborn, versus when we’re simply demanding what is rightfully ours? It is not always easy to tell, and when you’re in the midst of divorce and stressed over assets and other important things, … Continue reading

Divorce and Thanksgiving

November 5th, 2017

Thanksgiving is well on its way, and that means a family gathering for most people. When a family is beset by divorce, however, those gatherings can become more difficult and complicated. Often, they have to change, either to fit new … Continue reading

Is Mediation Right for You?

November 4th, 2017

If you are facing divorce, you may be overwhelmed with all of the decisions you have to make. You may not be fully aware of all your options, which is important. Knowing all your options can save you a lot … Continue reading

Should You Try to Save Your Marriage, or Should You Divorce?

October 23rd, 2017

Divorce is rarely simple—not merely because of the process, costs, and time, but also because it may not be clear to both parties that divorce is the answer. When both spouses are not in complete agreement about whether divorce is … Continue reading

Knowing the Difference Between a Bargain and Affordable

October 15th, 2017

Because divorce is so common, there are innumerable websites out there offering services and, to set themselves apart, they offer them cheaply. For example, they may offer to complete all of your documents for you. However, divorce is a complex … Continue reading

If You Don’t Respond to Divorce Papers

October 4th, 2017

Divorce is sometimes unexpected and rarely ever pleasant. If you’re served with divorce papers, whether you expect them or not, you may experience any number of feelings, including a desire to not respond. There are very few occasions in which … Continue reading

Going Back to Work After Divorce

October 1st, 2017

Marriage and divorce differ for everyone. Once, it was common for a wife to stay home while a husband worked. Though that may not be as common anymore, some couples still divide marital responsibility this way—one person remaining at home, … Continue reading

Financial Disclosure During Divorce

September 24th, 2017

Financial disclosure during divorce is often a frustrating aspect of the process. Though it is expected that you should be ready with any and all relevant financial information, the dates of which go back years, all the information you have … Continue reading