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Tips for Leaving an Abusive Marriage

There are far too many people throughout the United States trapped in abusive marriages. The good news is there are ways to get out, to get a divorce and to start a new life. Here are a few actions you can take to help you leave an abusive relationship: Speak to an attorney: Get a Read More

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Ensuring Your Children Have Health Insurance Coverage After a Divorce

After you get divorced, it is likely your children will spend some time living with both you and your ex-spouse, in accordance with your child custody arrangements. One of the issues you’re going to need to address with your ex is how your children will get health insurance coverage. The choices you make will likely Read More

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What Not to Do if You’re Preparing for a Divorce

Sometimes setting yourself up for a successful divorce is just as much about not doing some things as it is about getting organized and accomplishing certain tasks. With this in mind, here are a few things you should absolutely not do if you are preparing to get a divorce. Apply for new loans: It’s a Read More

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How Long Does the Average Marriage in America Last?

You’ve probably heard various statements that marriages in America don’t last, or that the divorce rate is at record highs. But is this true? And how long does the average marriage actually last in the United States? Here’s a quick look at the research. Average marriage length The average marriage that ends in divorce lasts Read More

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What to Watch For in Your Children After a Divorce

Divorce doesn’t just affect the couple going through the process—it also can have some significant emotional affects on the children of the divorcing couple. As a parent who is going through or has recently gone through a divorce, it is crucial you keep an eye out for signs of potential distress in your children. Here Read More

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Steps to Take if You Think Your Partner is Cheating

If you have reason to believe your partner is cheating, it is important you take immediate action both for the sake of your marriage and for the success of your potential divorce if your instinct turns out to be correct. Here are a few of the steps you should take if you suspect infidelity: Trust Read More

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Tips for Testifying in Court During a Divorce Trial

If your divorce is heading to trial, you will likely need to testify in court. It is understandable to be nervous about this prospect, especially if you’ve never testified in court before. Here are a few tips to help you get through the process as smoothly as possible. Listen: You will have a hard time Read More

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Factors that Affect the Length of Your Divorce Process

One of the most common questions people have for their attorneys when they begin the divorce process is how long they can expect that process to answer. There is no easy answer here, as it very much depends on the factors at play in your case. Here are just a few examples of some of Read More

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Reasons to Avoid Taking Your Divorce to Trial

You’ve probably heard before that it’s in your best interest to settle your divorce out of court, and to get as much done in mediation as possible. But why exactly is this? Here are just a few of the biggest reasons why you should do everything you can to avoid going to trial with your Read More

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Who Gets the Family Car in Our Divorce?

If you and your spouse cannot agree on the terms of your divorce, including asset distribution, those terms will be left up to the judge overseeing your case. Any assets considered marital assets, including vehicles purchased with marital funds, will be subject to the asset division and distribution process. Of course, vehicles are unique in Read More

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