If you are in the midst of divorce, your spouse may have served you with divorce papers. The worse thing that you can do is to never respond. By not responding, you are basically telling the judge to grant your spouse everything they asked for in the complaint for divorce. A counterclaim to this complaint… Continue reading →
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Making Your Counterclaim When You Are Involved in a Divorce
Amy Montes on Monday, May 8th, 2017
Understanding the Troubles of Social Media and Divorce
Amy Montes on Saturday, December 17th, 2016
If you are facing the reality of divorce, posting certain content onto the Internet could put your spouse at an advantage because they may be able to use certain information against you. This is why many attorneys will tell you that you should consider disabling your social media profiles until your divorce is finalized. Certain… Continue reading →
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What High Net Worth Individuals Must Remember About Divorce
Amy Montes on Sunday, April 10th, 2016
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?
Amy Montes on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
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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Same-Sex Divorce: Why Mediation or Collaborative are the Best Options
Amy Montes on Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
When a couple decides to get a divorce, there are a few different options available for them to use. These options are as follows: Litigation: The couple can decide to take their divorce and the issues involved in their divorce to a judge in order to attempt to divide their property and handle issues… Continue reading →
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Is litigation my best option?
Amy Montes on Friday, September 27th, 2013
With the divorce rate in California being around 50 percent, couples getting a divorce are weighing their options. If the couple is friendly enough with each other and there is no constant bickering, they can consider Collaborative divorce and mediation. These options allow the couple to work out their differences without costly litigation. Litigation is… Continue reading →
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