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Category Archives: Divorce Process

Divorcing a Missing Spouse

The dissolution of marriage is undoubtedly hard on both partners. However, its becomes exponentially more difficult and harder to finalize a divorce when one spouse is not compliant or even remotely amicable. Many spouses choose to relocate after their divorce, usually for the chance of a fresh start in a…

December 4th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

The Divorce Process in the 21st Century

Thinking about getting divorced? Years ago this process of decision making and division would take you through law offices and face to face time with multiple divorce attorneys. His and Hers settlements were tedious and expensive. States have different laws, and some laws are always evolving (like child custody, child…

November 25th, 2012 Divorce Process, Do It Yourself Divorce, Online Divorce

Knowing Your Rights Before the Divorce Process

Divorces are life altering events. Knowing what is happening, what you are entitled to, and how to get these things throughout the process is something that anyone going through the divorce process should know. The more informed someone is about their situation, the better they will be able to navigate…

November 14th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

Gender Equality In Divorce Proceedings

Gender equality has come a long way since the generation of our parents. Women’s rights continue to be an evolving platform to gain equality for women everywhere. From work place equality to individual social rights, the fight for gender equality can take many shapes and spawn many passionate debates.  And…

November 13th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Mediation & The Role of the Mediator

One of  the many stipulations of filing for a divorce in the majority of the U.S states is that a couple first tries to settle their differences before finalizing the divorce itself. This is so the courts can validate that both parties properly attempted to reconcile their differences, but failed,…

November 11th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

How Mediation Helps

The divorce process presents many areas in which discrepancies can arise between a separating couple. Some people can amicably come together to discuss their divorce and how to appropriately divide their assets. Many couples, however, cannot constructively discuss and readily agree to the division of their property and assets. Mediation…

October 29th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Collaborative Law vs. Mediation

When a divorce is decided upon, many states have a clause under family law that couples must first go to mediation to try to settle any problems and potentially reconcile and save the marriage. This is especially the case if the couple have been together for 10 years or more,…

October 25th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Military vs Civilian Divorce Laws

Filing for, and obtaining a divorce is certainly no picnic or walk in the park. Now, if you are one of the fine men or women that serve this county, the process becomes a little trickier to navigate. Knowing all of the laws, having proper documentation, and even knowing where…

October 11th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

Divorce on Your Side: Hiring a Divorce Coach

The Many Faces of a Divorce Coach Some divorce coaches may have had actual collegiate training at one of the various colleges popping up, like the College for Divorce Coaching in Tampa, Florida. These new colleges offer courses in various divorce topics, and upon completion of the training, the students…

September 28th, 2012 Divorce Process

Cover Your Mouth When You Divorce, Please

A common socially bantered statistic is that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. That number may not be as accurate as most studies say because depending on the age of the couple,  divorce rates range from 40-50%. It is close enough of an estimate though to be left alone…

September 27th, 2012 Divorce Process, Marriage Problems & Advice

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