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What Is a Divorce Coach?
If you’ve decided to end your marriage and feel like you need some extra support, a cheerleader, or a divorce mentor, you may want to hire a divorce coach. In collaboration with your attorney, a divorce coach can help you reach your goals in your divorce and move forward after your case is over. ... Read more

How Can a Divorce Coach Help During My Divorce?
Divorce is an isolating process and can leave you feeling very alone. While it’s easy to get overwhelmed, it’s essential that you don’t forget or ignore the details of your case as child custody, property division, and financial support decisions will affect you for many years to come. ... Read more

Will I Have to Reimburse My Divorce Lawyer for Certain Costs?
Typically, divorcing spouses have a variety of professionals working with them, and they come with a variety of fees. You may be ultimately responsible for paying your attorney, appraisers, and accountants, and other types of experts. If you have children, the court could appoint a guardian ad litem ... Read more

Can I Hire the Divorce Lawyer I Consulted With to Handle My Whole Case/Trial?
Should you hire your consulting attorney to handle your entire divorce? Continue reading to learn more. ... Read more

What to Expect From a Divorce Lawyer
Lawyers don't use the same strategy for every divorce case. Instead, the legal road map for a divorce depends heavily on the facts and circumstances presented by each client. But generally speaking, no matter how simple or complex your case may be, you can expect certain services from your divorce lawyer. ... Read more

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There is no question there.  You can find a notary anywhere (your bank, any lawyer's office, etc.).  Instructions on how to file papers are on the self-help center website.  If you requ ...Read more

No competent lawyer would ever give a "for sure" response to an email inquiry with this few of facts.  For an explanation of the relevant legal tests, procedures, and links to the statutes, etc., ...Read more

These facts are a bit sketchy, so the proper response is "maybe."  We have seen this scenario many times before.Nevada residency is NOT required for an annulment of a marriage that was performed ...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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