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Preparing for Divorce

Do I Need to go to Court to Get Divorced?

By Brett Jones October 30, 2018 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGE OF LITIGATING YOUR DIVORCE You need a court to get divorced, but you don’t need to go to court to get divorced. By this I mean it’s possible to obtain a ...
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Divorce Consultation

DO I HAVE TO GET DIVORCED IF I CONSULT WITH A DIVORCE ATTORNEY? NO, BUT A CONSULTATION IS ALMOST ALWAYS AN ADVANTAGE September 18, 2018 by Brett E. Jones You’re thinking about divorce, a big decision. One of the biggest ...
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Divorce Consultation

DO I HAVE TO GET DIVORCED IF I CONSULT WITH A DIVORCE ATTORNEY? NO, BUT A CONSULTATION IS ALMOST ALWAYS AN ADVANTAGE You’re thinking about divorce, a big decision. One of the biggest decisions a person will ever make. A ...
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Free Divorce Options Presentation November 8, 2018

What happens if I get divorced?  How does the divorce process work?  Will I have enough money to support myself and my children?  Will I get to be with my children?  How does custody and visitation work?  What will happen to ...
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Thinking of Splitting Up? Read This First

Your first stop should not necessarily be a lawyer: start at a book store or library and on the internet to educate yourself before you meet with a potential lawyer or mediator.  After you’ve done that, call our office and ...
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CUSTODY: Trying to work out parenting plan works in your favor

CUSTODY ARRANGEMENTS:  BEING ACCOMMODATING WHEN CHOOSING YOUR PARENTING PLAN DOESN’T PREJUDICE YOUR RIGHTS IN LITIGATION A mediation colleague recently blogged about the advantages of  mediation over litigated divorce in working out the right parenting plan for your child or children. ...
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How is Your Home Ownership Affected During Divorce?

DEALING WITH THE MARITAL HOME MAY BE A CHALLENGE IN DIVORCE The website Credit Marvel published an article titled “How is Our Mortgage Affected During Divorce?” that we comment upon here. The article’s text is in regular type; our comments are in ...
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