Fault vs No Fault

No-Fault vs. Fault Divorce

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If you are getting divorced, you might feel that the dissolution of the marriage is primarily the fault of your spouse. At the same time, he or might think that it is your fault! The reasons that a divorce becomes inevitable vary widely and most divorces have several reasons. Legally…

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Fair Divorce Settlement

Tips for Getting A Fair Divorce Settlement

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Divorce is an emotional topic, and people often do things that are not in their best interest while pursuing a settlement. It can go several different ways: A spouse might feel guilt or overwhelming sadness, leading them to agree to everything that their soon-to-be ex asks for. Or they might…

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File Restraining Order

How to File a Restraining Order

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While many divorces and child custody cases are amicable (or at least civil), others simply are not. If you have been the victim of abuse, if your spouse has threatened you or your child, or if you are otherwise in some type of danger, a restraining order can be used…

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Emergency Court Order

All About Emergency Court Orders

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If you are going through the process of a divorce, you might feel as though things are moving slowly. Depending on your state, there might be a waiting period before your divorce can be finalized. Also, getting court dates can seem like a drawn-out process. You might be surprised to…

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