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Category Archives: Divorce Law

New York Divorce Law: Welcome to the 21st Century

The world is constantly changing and so is the divorce world. New York, for instance, finally joined the ranks of states with no-fault divorce laws in 2010. Previously, New York’s divorce law provided couples seeking divorce with wiggle room when it came to filing for divorce under one of the…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Law, New York Divorce

Texas Child Custody Laws Explained

There are many questions that circle the minds of everyone involved whenever divorce is brought up. The dissolution of a marriage is never easy, for those directly involved and those indirectly involved. Child Custody: The Toughest Decision When children are factored into the equation it becomes all the more difficult.…

September 25th, 2012 Child Custody, Texas Divorce
California Divorce Law 101

California Divorce Law 101; Terms for Filing, Legal Separations, Annulments and Divorce Requirements

In California, the dissolution of a marriage can take on many forms and shapes. Partnerships between man and women are not as straight forward as they have been in generations past. Domestic partnerships, legal separation, same sex marriage, and transgender partners have all become situations that the California courts and…

September 14th, 2012 California divorce, Divorce Law, Divorce Process
Texas Divorce Without an Attorney

Texas Divorce Without an Attorney?

Many married people in Texas do not know the options they have to accomplish a successful Texas divorce without the aid of a divorce attorney.  The perception that there is only one choice to dissolve a Texas marriage is incorrect and not accurate.  Texas married couples looking to reach an amicable or uncontested…

September 14th, 2012 Do It Yourself Divorce, Texas Divorce

What Happens when a Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers?

Celebrity divorce news seems to be its own self-perpetuating reality these days. Athletes, as we all know, are no exception. Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada’s marriage debacle, and more recently Lozada serving Chad with divorce papers with, Chad formerly “Ochocinco” Johnson refusing to sign the papers, brings up an interesting situation when…

September 11th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

“How to File for Divorce in Arkansas” YouTube video officially released

MyDivorcepapers is proud and excited to announce the recent release of our video on the YouTube titled How to file Arkansas Divorce Forms online. This is just one of many in our video series delving into each state’s specific laws and procedures – helping to prepare you easily file for…

September 11th, 2012 Arkansas Divorce, Divorce Forms Service, Divorce Videos
Texas Divorce Law

Texas Divorce Law- Gay Divorce Battleground?

Melissa Etheridge has been making headlines with her statement, “I’m for gay divorce.” Although the sentence appears to be against the values of a gay rights advocate, but her recent campaign is fueled by Etheridge’s personal experience. On April 15th, 2010, Etheridge and her partner Tammy Lynn Michaels announced they…

September 10th, 2012 Divorce Law, Same-Sex Marriage, Texas Divorce
Wacky Tales of Florida Divorce

Wacky Tales of Florida Divorce

Most weird stories coming out of Florida involve either a gator or a hurricane. The stories I’m going to share with you involve neither, unfortunately. However, they are both entertaining in their own right. They are hard to believe but they are both true. The Swindler Wife In late 2009,…

September 9th, 2012 Divorce Settlement, Florida Divorce
Texas Divorce Form Glossary

Texas Divorce Form Glossary; the Marital Settlement Agreement

One of the most important steps in the divorce process is the Marital Settlement Agreement, which is an agreement that clearly provides the division of assets. Ownership of assets like cars, homes, debt, as well as custody of children and/or pets are a few examples of what you can expect…

September 8th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Settlement, Texas Divorce
California Divorce in the instance of Gender Transitioning

California Divorce: Marriage, Divorce, and Custody in the instance of Gender Transitioning

Filing for divorce and going through the divorce process can be a tedious and painstaking ordeal. California divorce laws, like every state, are deeply complex. They need to be in order to encompass every possible scenario. So, when it comes to transgender couples and divorce, it’s no wonder that California…

September 6th, 2012 California divorce, Divorce Law

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