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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You raise an interesting question. Property division issues are "final" when you are divorced. I am not sure in my 34 plus years of practice I have ever had anyone ask to give back property that they ...Read more

There is no legal basis to sue for adultery in the state of Wisconsin. Wisconsin has been a "no fault" divorce state since 1977.

An attorney can file an uncontested divorce action on your behalf, and the laws are the same whether or not you are in the military.  First a separation agreement needs to be negotiated that take ...Read more

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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP DIVORCE LAWYERS ENCOURAGE CLIENTS TO REINVENT THEMSELVE

If you are considering filing for divorce, you are most likely not happy in your marriage. It can be easy to blame your spouse and external factors for putting stress on your marriage, but have you co ... Read more

TOWSON DIVORCE LAWYERS: DIVORCE OR BANKRUPTCY FIRST?

Many Americans unfortunately find themselves facing the prospects of divorce and bankruptcy at the same time. Knowing which to file first can affect your livelihood for better or worse. Filing strateg ... Read more

How are Property & Assets Divided in a New York Divorce case?

New York is an “equitable property” state. This means that any property, asset and/or debt accrued during your marriage is considered marital property, and therefore subject to distributio ... Read more

High-Asset Divorces: There Are Many Factors To Consider

No divorce is fun to go through, and when there are thousands upon thousands of dollars of assets on the line, it can become incredibly difficult to negotiate. If neither side wants to compromise, a h ... Read more

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The decision to divorce is best made not in the heat of an argument, but after careful and thorough contemplation. Our family law firm recommends choosing a divorce attorney in the same manner. There& ... Read more

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