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What to Do If Your Divorce Lawyer Was Incompetent
Getting a divorce can be an overwhelming process—that’s why you hired an attorney. You thought you hired the best, so it’s extremely frustrating if your lawyer isn’t doing a good job. Remember that your divorce case isn’t out of your control, even if your lawyer is incompetent. Read on to find out how to turn your divorce case around. ... Read more

Make Sure Your Attorney Files a Request for Alimony/Spousal Support With the Divorce Petition
Should you request alimony when you file for divorce? Find out below. ... Read more

Why You Should Have a Divorce Lawyer File and Serve Your Petition
Learn more about what's involved in representing yourself in your divorce. ... Read more

Divorce in New Jersey: How Much Does It Cost? How Long Does It Take?
We recently surveyed our readers in New Jersey to find out about their experiences with divorce. Here’s what we found out. How Much Does Divorce Cost in New Jersey? According to our survey results, the average New Jersey divorce costs $15,600, including $12,300 in attorney’s fees. That’s 22% ... Read more

Divorce Without Alimony: How Much Does It Cost and How Long Does It Take?
To learn more about divorce outcomes where alimony is not a disputed issue, we recently surveyed consumers who’ve gone through the process. Here’s what we found out. The Cost of Divorce Without Alimony Our consumers spent an average of $9,700, including $8,100 on attorney’s fees, to resolve their ... Read more

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  To modify child support you need to file a supplemental petition for modification, same for alimony. Please see links before for helpful forms.   http://www.flcourts.org/core/fileparse. ...Read more

You can try to file for divorce yourself. Below is a link to helpful forms. http://www.flcourts.org/resources-and-services/court-improvement/problem-solving-courts/family-courts/family-law-forms.stml ...Read more

It is possible that you will technically owe support and allimony, but if all the parties were living together under the same roof, you can apply to the court to have that waived as not being applicab ...Read more

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Monetary Support During the Divorce Process and Alimony Pendente Lite

Often times, a spouse wants to file for divorce but lacks the financial resources to do so or is economically dependent on the other party for support. When that is the case, Pennsylvania law actually ... Read more

Modification of Wills: The Effect of Marriage, Divorce, or Birth or Adoption of a Child on Your Will

A last will and testament provides the final instructions from the testator on how to distribute the testator's property. However, the language contained in a will may not reflect the situation of the ... Read more

Same-Sex Couples Should Consider A Prenuptial Agreement

After same-sex marriages were legalized, you may have considered getting married right away. There are some things you should think about though, and you may want to discuss any concerns with your att ... Read more


One of the most frequent questions we get from our clients is “how long will this take?” The answer is – it depends. The most common ground for divorce, where there are children, is ... Read more


The decision todivorce is often not an easy one. Maneuvering through this process can prove challenging, especially when children are involved. It is important that parents focus their energies on mai ... Read more

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