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- Basics of Collaborative Law
Collaboration means to work together to achieve a common goal. The collaborative process involves the spouses, their attorneys and any other involved professionals engaging in non-confrontational sessions to discuss the issues and goals of the involved individuals. The issues may include divorce, support of a spouse and/or children, how to divide the marital assets, co-parenting plans and anything else that spouses need to decide.
- What Happens When Business Partners Divorce in Illinois?
Spouses do not typically go into marriages anticipating the marriage will fail. Likewise, partners do not begin a business thinking that it will be anything but successful. When the two worlds collide, a divorce settlement may adversely affect the future of a business, particularly when the spouses were business partners.
- How Can Social Media Affect my Illinois Divorce?
We live in an age where we constantly feel the need to let everyone in the world around us know exactly where we are at all times. This is made possible by social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and other similar networking and social sharing pages.
- How Long Does Child Support Last For?
While individual states may vary as to how they calculate child support, one constant is that states recognize that both parents have the legal duty to provide their children with basic necessities and to provide for their needs. The duration of a child support order depends on a number of factors.
- Apps Designed To Assist Parents With Child Support Expenses
Decisions related to the financial aspects of child support after a divorce can be an extremely difficult and a combative issue between divorced parents.
- The Length of the Divorce Process in Maryland
How Long does it take to get Divorced in Maryland?
- Constructive Desertion in Maryland
What is meant by “constructive desertion” under Maryland Law?
- No Fault: Grounds Available for Dissolution of Civil Unions
New Jersey is one of many states that permits same-sex couples to enter into civil unions.
- Developing Parenting Plans for Disabled Children
No divorce is easy, especially those that involve children.
- How Do Subpoenas Work?
While a summons may require another party in the case to appear, a subpoena can require that a particular person appear in court or for other proceedings. Additionally, this legal tool can be used to acquire information that one of the party desires.