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Category Archives: Divorce Process

Amicable Divorce: Unity Before the Split

Deciding to get a divorce is the first step in a particularly unpleasant process, but who says your divorce has to be painful? True, your soon-to-be-ex-spouse may have been a lying, cheating, condescending waste of space, but an amicable, uncontested divorce makes the process easier on you and any children…

September 26th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process

Lesbian Couple who fought for Marriage….now getting Divorced

Happily ever after, as we all come to realize at some point, simply does not exist. There are many facets of life in which we invest so much of ourselves in one time or another. Only to find that the fire of something we felt so vehemently has slowly subsided.…

September 17th, 2012 Divorce Process, Same-Sex Marriage
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

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

Preparing for a Divorce; Things to Remember

  The time after a divorce can be one of the most painful times that you will ever have to go through. Both parties generally feel sad and upset. On top of these emotions, there are typically other issues to deal with, such as finances, assets and division of property.…

September 7th, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process
California Divorce

California Divorce: Top 3 Things You Absolutely Need to Know

Divorce has moved over the years from its semi-taboo place in society to a front row seat in many of our lives. Divorce proceedings and processes have become a business of their own, with lawyer’s and clients’ processes playing out like a tightly scripted negotiation scene.  For those of you…

September 4th, 2012 California divorce, Divorce Law, Divorce Process
Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

Divorce Advice: Negotiation Tips for the Divorce Process

One of the most dreaded moments in divorce is that of negotiations.  Often times, this is handled by a divorce lawyer or a mediator, but ultimately, the decisions come down to you.  Most people get overwhelmed at the thought of negotiation, but the truth of the matter is that we…

August 31st, 2012 Divorce Advice, Divorce Process

Online Divorce Forms and Divorce Attorneys

Despite all the benefits of an online divorce, there are still some hangers-on that think the best way to handle their divorce is to hire a lawyer.  What many of these people do not know is that hiring an attorney to handle your divorce can be just as scary as…

August 14th, 2012 Divorce Forms Service, Divorce Process, Online Divorce
Dignity and Composure Rule No Matter What the Stakes

Divorce 101- Dignity and Composure Rule No Matter What the Stakes

A recent story on our sister website DivorceNewsNetwork.TV about the divorce process, and how it applies to the super-rich, sheds some new light on what divorce is like for the demographic most can only dream of. And most probably assume that these types of divorce cases happens more for California…

July 31st, 2012 Divorce Process, Life After Divorce

Olympics and Divorce

With the opening ceremonies underway, we thought we would hop on the bandwagon of talking about, what else?  The Olympics.  When it comes down to it, the Olympics really do have a lot on common with divorce. It starts off dramatically…then sucks When you first get a divorce, everything seems…

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

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