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Signs That You Should Think About Hiring a Divorce Attorney

Going through a divorce may just be one of the most complicated things you will ever do. If you are having disputes over any issues, especially ones that involve your assets, property, and children, you might wonder if you should have an attorney on your side or if you can handle it on your own…. Continue reading →

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Readying Yourself and Your Financial Situation During Divorce

When finances are important to you and you are attempting to retain as many rights to your earnings and keep your life healthy and stable after divorce, you might start looking into what your financial situation will look like. Some people cannot be prepared for the emotions and financial turmoil that sometimes comes with divorce,… Continue reading →

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Dividing Property When You Are Going Through a Divorce

One of the most important aspects during the divorce process is definitely dividing property. There might be many aspects that are of huge importance to you and you might have questions about how the process works. Today we will take a closer look at property and debt division and how it affects you. The Different… Continue reading →

Moving Out: Is it Necessary or Unnecessary During Divorce?

You might have already found, while going through divorce, that it is normal to feel attached to your marital home. It’s where you built your life together in the amount of time you spent together, and you might not want to let go of that – but you also know that decisions must be made…. Continue reading →

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Splitting Debt: What Happens When a Spouse Won’t Pay?

It is difficult to break even in many divorces. This means that, when it comes to divorce, many people will have debts to pay off and might wonder how they can do so. If finances were an issue during your marriage, you might find that they are also an issue when it comes to your… Continue reading →

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Help: I Believe That My Spouse Lied During Divorce Mediation

Divorce can be a stressful time all by itself. When you are going through divorce, you know that you will have to handle many issues, such as handling your debts, child custody issues, assets, alimony, and more. What makes these situations even more stressful? When you believe that your spouse is lying during divorce mediation…. Continue reading →

The Many Types of Pleadings You Could See in a Divorce

When you are involved in a divorce, you have probably found that there is so much paperwork involved with your case. From the initial petition, to figuring out finances, you will find that the paperwork seems to never end! The good news is, most states follow similar guidelines when it comes to pleadings. Today we… Continue reading →

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10-Year Anniversary Serving the Community

Martindale-Hubbell is the most trusted legal directory for finding and researching the best attorneys in the business since 1868. Its database has allowed many people in communities zero in on the attorney that fits their needs from practice areas, client ratings, and more. This week, Amy Montes received the 10 Year Anniversary plaque for proudly… Continue reading →

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Tips to Remember for the Best Courtroom Custody Outcome

Everybody wants what’s best for their child in divorce, but sometimes these matters can become a difficult matter when custody battles end up in the courtroom. The tensions may be high as you and your spouse argue over matters like where the child will reside, who will be making major decisions on behalf of them,… Continue reading →

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As a Divorcing Wife, Should my Husband Pay Legal Fees?

With divorce accruing fees in many different areas, you may be overwhelmed at legal fees and what effect they are having on your life and finances. Does this mean that you can force your husband to pay for your legal fees throughout the divorce? Unfortunately, no, and if they are unwilling to help, this does… Continue reading →

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