Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

  • Moving In With Your Significant Other? What You Should Do

    Moving in with someone that you care about is a big step. Even though you may not have any plans to get married, you're still making a bold statement about the status of your relationship. If you've had roommates in the past, you might not think that there's much you need to do besides get your things and transport them to the love nest. The truth of the matter is that you need to make certain provisions if you want to protect yourself.

  • Want To Take Your Children Out Of The Country? Why You May Need A Lawyer

    You always want to give your children the most and best experiences possible. This includes taking them on trips both in and outside of the U.S. However, problems may arise when you have shared custody of your children and you do not have a very amicable relationship with their other parent. Here is why you may need a family law firm's help before you plan an international trip with the children.

  • A Look At What To Expect When Dealing With Your Loved One's Estate

    When your parent or other loved one dies, you may be faced with the long process of settling their estate. This can involve selling assets to pay off debts and taking inventory of possessions. You'll need to involve the court, so you want to hire a probate attorney to guide you through the process. The laws for handling estates vary by state, so you'll want guidance from your attorney on how to proceed, but here is a general overview of what you can expect.

  • The Marriage That Never Was

    It can happen. One minute you're enjoying spending time in a new relationship, the next minute you wake up and find yourself wed to that person you just met a few weeks ago. If you have made an impulsive (and ill-advised) marriage decision, you may just assume that you can have the marriage annulled and be on your separate ways. There is more to an annulment, however, and impulsive decisions may not be enough grounds for a legal means of parting from your new relationship.

  • 8 Ways to Make Your Child-Custody Situation Better

    Stressful courtroom encounters do nothing to facilitate a workable child-custody agreement. Regardless of the differences you and your spouse share that are leading to your divorce, the creation of a good child-custody agreement will have lasting benefits. Read on for eight ways to make your child-custody situation better. 1. Begin your discussion on child-custody issues by addressing issues that both of you feel comfortable discussing and are more likely to agree upon, such as vacation plans or the choice of school the child will attend.

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    Recognizing the Need For A Divorce

    My husband and I had a great marriage for about ten years--that is, until he started cheating on me. I found out about it from a friend, and once I started peeling off the layers of my husband's lies, I realized that we hardly had anything to salvage in the first place. I decided that it would be best to get divorced, but I knew that it would be painful and difficult. This blog is for anyone out there who needs to gather the strength to get divorced. Check out these posts to learn more about the process and how the right lawyer can help.