What You Need To Know About Online Divorce Mediation

Posted on: 13 August 2021

Due to the worldwide pandemic, many family law and divorce courts had to get innovative. Many courts closed or limited their hours to help prevent the spread of the virus. However, divorce law matters must go on. For that reason, the need for online mediation has grown significantly. Even when the pandemic slows down, it is anticipated that the need for online mediation will still be a necessary resource. If you are considering online divorce mediation, there are some things you need to know:
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3 Questions About Hiring A Divorce Lawyer

Posted on: 26 May 2021

If you are thinking about getting a divorce, you're likely thinking about getting lawyers involved in this legal situation. Many people are averse to hiring a lawyer right away in a divorce, but there are many advantages of having them involved at the start of the process. Here are some questions you likely have about hiring a divorce lawyer. Will Having A Lawyer Interfere With Early Negotiations? You may be surprised at what a lawyer can provide by being involved at the beginning.
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Why You Should Hire a Divorce Lawyer Even if You Agree on Everything

Posted on: 13 April 2021

While divorce attorneys are popularly hired by disagreeing couples, they're equally important if you agree on everything. Many couples who are in agreement about their divorce think that hiring a litigator is an unnecessary cost.  However, proceeding with the divorce without legal advice may result in future problems, especially if your spouse goes back on their word. Divorce is a complex process of laws, regulations, and paperwork, and something as simple as misinterpreting a law can compromise your interests.
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Divorce Attorneys & Alimony

Posted on: 7 December 2020

Alimony, or spousal support, is a common part of the divorce process. Many people find themselves paying spousal support after a divorce. If you think you might be required to pay spousal support, you may wonder what steps you can take to prevent yourself from having to pay support. Are you interested in paying support? This is what you need to know. How Is Spousal Support Determined? The judge considers several factors in determining the cost of alimony.
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