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Divorce Tag

In approximately 9 states,  Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin (with Alaska offering couples the option to opt into the system), property ownership follows a system referred to as community property. The division of property and assets during a divorce...

After a divorce, both spouses will inevitably move on. Remarriage will occur, and the children will gain a new stepparent(s). Life in a blended family can be challenging for a child, as well as the parent, at first, but if the situation is approached with...

If you’re going through a divorce, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer number of parts to the process. There are many aspects to divorce that may be unfamiliar to you, particularly because there are so many different circumstances under which a couple may separate....

Inheritances can be amassed from a variety of sources, and they often include generous gifts given by parents or grandparents. In order to protect these assets, in a Florida divorce, we must be able to establish the inheritance as "extra-marital" property.  What might be considered...

No one is ever completely ready for a divorce. Despite this, it is important to consider the many facets to this complex decision to try and ready yourself as much as possible for whatever route you take. Here are ten things to consider before filing...

If you’ve not quite sure what the a legal discovery process is, that’s ok, you’re not alone. Many clients are unaware of this very important step and have never heard the term. The discovery process is one of the most important stages of a case....

Most people know that the legal way to end a marriage is divorce, a process that declares the formerly married couple as separate and thus able to remarry. However, a lesser-known and more unique process is annulment, which declares a marriage null and void as...

Separation and divorce are not only emotionally draining but also prompt some questions about the assets that have been attained during the marriage. The family home and attached mortgage is one of the first assets to question. Who gets the house? And, how can one...