Getting Familiar With Divorce Documentation

9 January 2019
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Those divorcing can encounter what amounts to a series of events instead of a single act. The more complicated your family structure, your financial situation, and your relationship, the more events and documentation will be generated. Read on to find out about some common divorce documents so that you can be ready and prepared when the time comes. Separation Agreement Not all states make this document mandatory, but having a legal separation agreement makes good financial sense. Read More 

Child Support Misconceptions To Be Aware Of

27 November 2018
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If you're about to go through a divorce where child custody will be a factor, you may have some misconceptions about how child support works. Here is what you need to know about about giving or receiving child support. Myth: You Can Waive Child Support If you are attempting to go through mediation with your spouse, you may feel like you can make joint decisions about most issues and avoid going to court. Read More 

Is Collaborative Divorce An Option For You?

5 October 2018
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Divorce is sadly a common situation for many families. To make the process less painful and frustrating, it is helpful to avoid a long divorce held in a traditional divorce court. If you and your spouse can work together, you could opt for a collaborative divorce. The following is some information about collaborative divorce and whether or not it could be an option for you: What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative divorce involves you and your spouse negotiating the terms of your divorce to come to a mutual agreement. Read More 

An Overview Of The Three Common Forms Of Marital Separations

24 August 2018
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If you are thinking of separating from your partner, you should think carefully and decide on the type of separation you want. This is because the law recognizes various forms of marital separation, and they each will have unique consequences for you. Here are the three major forms of marital separation: Trial Separation A trial separation is when you and your partner agree to spend some time apart. It is mostly used by couples who are thinking of divorcing but haven't made up their minds. Read More 

Do These Five Things If You Think You Have A Medical Malpractice Case

28 June 2018
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Although you are entitled to compensation if you have been injured by a medical officer's negligence, how you conduct your affairs after your injury will determine how easy it is to get this compensation. Here are a few measures you should take to simplify your medical malpractice case: Get Treatment The first step, which may seem obvious to many people, is to get medical care to salvage the situation by taking care of the injuries emanating from the medical malpractice case. Read More