Posts Tagged ‘parties’

Different Negotiations You Might See in Child Custody Cases

When it comes to child custody, you should start thinking about negotiations that might occur. In some cases, you might go through what are known as ‘formal negotiations,’ like those involving a mediator. However, sometimes, they may be a more informal matter where parents dicscuss what is going to happen amongst each other without the… Continue reading →

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What is a Notice of Divorce or Summons, and How Does it Work?

Even though you may wish differently, it is not possible to file for divorce in secret. The process of divorce has to involve both parties to be fair to one another in this delicate time in your life. The other spouse must be notified when you file for divorce so that they can represent themselves… Continue reading →

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What Are Restraining Orders for Domestic Abuse?

There are many types of domestic violence, including physical, emotional, psychological, sexual, and economic. Many people become victim to abuse every year when their intimate partner attempts to control these aspects of their life to make them feel intimidated, frightened, or humiliated. Because of this, a partner or spouse may need protection. This is where… Continue reading →

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Your Business and Divorce: Who is Entitled to What?

When people get married, they never expect for anything to go wrong – especially when they have built a great life and obtained many assets together. However, sometimes the inevitable happens and then a couple must ask themselves, “How do we divide these assets? Where do we turn?” Since many people own businesses, it is… Continue reading →

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The Facts About Parental Alienation

If you are part of a divorce involving children, you may have heard of something known as “parental alienation.” This is something that could directly impact children negatively when one parent chooses to “program” a child against a targeted parent in an effort to undermine and interfere with that parent’s relationship with said child. The… Continue reading →

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What High Net Worth Individuals Must Remember About Divorce

Divorce cases can really go in any direction. You see, your divorce may go smoothly to the point where you are able to divide assets completely and come up with a parenting plan. However, your case may go South right before your eyes and end up in litigation in front of a judge. If you… Continue reading →

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What’s the Difference Between Collaborative Law and Cooperative Law in Divorce?

If you are headed for a divorce or currently in the midst of one, you may have exhausted all of your possible options at least to your knowledge. You may not know which type of divorce is the right one for you or for your family, with the best outcomes. You may have heard about… Continue reading →

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How Can I Sell My House During a Divorce? How Can I Keep It? Answers and Practical Solutions

Even when a couple has an amiable divorce and has just decided they want to go their separate ways without any lingering animosity toward each other, divorce can still be a difficult and draining process for both of the parties involved. One of the biggest problems that couples face when going through a divorce is… Continue reading →

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Effective Child Protection Mediation and Domestic Violence

  Mediation, an alternative form of conflict resolution in which the parties involved in a conflict meet with a neutral third party called a mediator in order to peacefully resolve a conflict, is a process that has been around for several years now. However, a lot of judges, attorneys, and public citizens sometimes still feel… Continue reading →

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Getting an annulment

An annulment is a legal process to declare your marriage null and void.  Once the annulment is granted, the marriage never existed in the eyes of the law.  An annulment will be granted if one of the parties is already married, is a minor, is not capable of copulation, and was threatened if the marriage… Continue reading →

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