Archive for the ‘Divorce’ Category

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 →

Spouse Passed Away Before Divorce Papers Were Signed

When you have a decree in place, the judge will sign it and your divorce will officially be accepted. However, sometimes things are not this easy. What if, when you are going through the divorce process, your spouse passed away? Now you believe that you are stuck in a situation where your case will officially… Continue reading →

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Void Marriage: Can I Receive an Annulment After Marriage?

Here is one point you always have to remember: There has to be a reason for an annulment. You can’t just get an annulment “because,” which is why it is important to understand how they work and how soon after marriage the process must be completed to be void. You may have a limited amount… Continue reading →

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Concerning the Marital Home: Can I Have My Ex Removed?

There are many issues weighing down your mind after you have gotten a divorce. One of the biggest issues, and one you might have to face dealing with right away, are your post-separation living arrangements. You may be wondering if you can make the other spouse leave your marital home, especially if you plan on… Continue reading →

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Determining Head of Household After You’ve Been Divorced

If you are divorced and there is a dependent child living at home, you may be thinking about who gets to claim head of household. If you are low-income and you are now considered single, this could lead to a higher tax refund, and you could get back money that will benefit you in many… Continue reading →

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How Retirement Plans Are Typically Divided in a Divorce

When it comes to your assets and divorce, you want what’s best for you and your family. Retirement plans between you and your ex matter a lot to you, which is why you want to understand what will happen when you and your ex get a divorce. Retirement savings happen to be some of the… Continue reading →

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Protecting Yourself, Assets and More During Divorce

You and your spouse are going through the divorce process and it has proven that it is not an easy experience. As much as you always thought and promised that you would trust your spouse, everything is up in the air when it comes to divorce and how easily the tables can turn during this… Continue reading →

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Pros and Cons of Getting a Prenup: Is it Right For You?

You have probably heard lots about the ‘prenuptial agreement,’ an agreement that is signed by a couple before they enter into a marriage. You may have seen them going terribly wrong on television shows or heard from a friend that they are great means for protection in your relationship, because you just never know what… Continue reading →

When Your Child Has Uninsured Medical Expenses

What happens if you have gone through a divorce and your child has uninsured medical expenses? This could become a matter of attention when you have entered the divorce process with your spouse and child support is in the works. Uninsured medical expenses are usually figured in with child support and are medical expenses that… Continue reading →

My Spouse is Trying to Delay the Inevitable: The Divorce Process

Divorce can be frustrating in many ways, but you know what is the most frustrating? When one spouse won’t comply, either by spite or because they claim that they don’t have the time to deal with it, or because they don’t want to get divorced. The divorce process is streamlined to benefit both you and… Continue reading →

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