The Cost and Duration of Divorce

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Does the Cost of a Divorce Depend on Your Net Worth?
Even though attorney's fees and court costs associated with divorce can quickly skyrocket, many couples are able to find ways to keep divorce-related expenses under control. But what if you and your spouse have a high-asset estate? Do high-net worth couples pay more for their divorces than average clients? Will ... Read more

How Much Does Divorce Cost in Montana?
We recently surveyed our Montana readers to find out about their experiences with divorce in their state. Here’s what we found out. How Much Does Divorce Cost in Montana? According to our survey, the average divorce in Montana costs $8,400, including $6,600 in attorneys' fees. Because the average ... Read more

How Much Does Divorce Cost in Nebraska?
We recently surveyed our Nebraska readers to find out about their experiences with divorce in their state. Here’s what we found out. How Much Does Divorce Cost in Nebraska? According to our survey, the average divorce in Nebraska costs $10,400, including $8,200 in attorneys' fees. Because the average ... Read more

How Much Does Divorce Cost in North Dakota?
We recently surveyed our North Dakota readers to find out about their experiences with divorce in their state. Here’s what we found out. How Much Does Divorce Cost in North Dakota? According to our survey, the average divorce in North Dakota costs $10,400, including $8,200 in attorneys' fees. Because ... Read more

How Much Does Divorce Cost in Idaho?
We recently surveyed our Idaho readers to find out about their experiences with divorce in their state. Here’s what we found out. How Much Does Divorce Cost in Idaho? According to our survey, the average divorce in Idaho costs $11,200, including $8,800 in attorneys' fees. Attorneys' fees are a significant ... Read more

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   Under Florida law, this state has jurisdiction to enter a divorce when at least one of the parties resides in the state of Florida. On the converse side, if both parties lived in Florida ...Read more

In general, if one works hard and gets everything together timely, one can obtain a temporary order in about 4 weeks or so. I have no understanding as to why you do not have any temporary orders in p ...Read more

You can file without him signing and ask for a default judgment.  If he doesn't answer the complaint, it can be scheduled for a hearing and if he doesn't show up, default will be enetered.  ...Read more

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Assets in a Divorce

In some cases, Minnesota parents may want to give certain financial assets or other property to their children in order to pass it down through the family. If the child later gets married, however, th ... Read more

Think Your Spouse Is Hiding Assets? You can Investigate

Getting a divorce is difficult, and you know that part of that struggle is dividing your assets. For many people, this is relatively straightforward, but for others, there may be assets they aren&#821 ... Read more

8 Legal Terms You Should Know in Family Law

Maybe you are considering asking your spouse for a divorce, or perhaps you’ve already been served with a divorce complaint. Regardless of whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant in a divo ... Read more

There’s No Custody Order, So What’s Stopping Me?

An all too common question among people who are contemplating moving out of a residence that is shared with the other parent and minor children is “if there is no custody order in effect, why ca ... Read more

TOWSON DIVORCE LAWYERS: TWO TYPES OF ALIMONY IN MARYLAND

In the state of Maryland, married couples have a financial responsibility to each other. The law says that one spouse has to support the other financially and vice versa. This obligation exists even i ... Read more

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