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2019

Getting A Divorce? When To Hire An Alimony Lawyer

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Going through a divorce can bring up so many emotions. The thought of splitting away from someone who you may have formed an extremely strong bond with is only one side of the equation. You then have to think about all of the legalities that come with the dissolution of a marriage. Who will get custody of the children is a big part of things but you also have to consider financial matters.…

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7 Tips To Help Your Custody Case

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Battling it out in court over custody of your child is a difficult time. Nobody wants to go to court to fight over their child, especially when also facing the stress of a divorce or breakup. These tips will help you get through a custody case with your wits and relationship with your child intact. 1. Try to Settle Whenever possible, try to settle out of court. If you can mediate a custody agreement, you may be much happier with the outcome of your case because you can ask for what you want and arrive at a mutual decision.…

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The Default Divorce Option

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When a couple parts ways, the legal process can vary. Divorce by default is probably one of the easiest ways to divorce since it only requires one party’s actions. To find out more about this way of divorcing, read on. The Divorce Process and Default As the name might suggest, default indicates more a lack of action than action itself. Once you have legally informed your spouse about your plans to divorce them (using a process server), they should respond.…

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Don't Make These Common Bankruptcy Mistakes

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Have you decided that bankruptcy is the best way to deal with your financial woes? If so, you’ll want to do everything you can to ensure that you go through the bankruptcy process smoothly. Here are some common mistakes that you may make along the way. Delaying Your Taxes It can be problematic when filing for bankruptcy if you haven’t completed your taxes. If you fill out all the paperwork and wait for a response, it is likely that your case will be denied until you have filed your taxes.…

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