Posts Tagged ‘divorce attorney’

My Spouse and I Agree on Everything in Our Divorce. Do I Still Need a Lawyer?

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You and your spouse have come to the conclusion that you’re better off getting a divorce. Even through all the uncertainty and stress, you’ve been able to talk through the points that need deciding during your divorce, including child custody, child support, alimony, division of property, and who gets the house. The way things look right now, you agree on everything. It looks like smooth sailing as you navigate toward the signing of the final papers. Since you agree on everything, you may wonder: Do I really need to spend the money on hiring an attorney? First, we want to let…Read More »

7 Important Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

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Your first meeting with a divorce attorney is important. It helps you get a sense of whether you feel the attorney will have your back during your legal proceedings, and gives you crucial information about what you will need to do as your case progresses. But your first meeting, especially if your decision to divorce is still very new, can also be emotional and stressful. Remembering everything you need to ask in order to help you choose the right attorney for your needs can be difficult. Here are 7 important questions you need to ask your divorce attorney during your first…Read More »

4 Important Reasons To Not DIY Divorce

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You and your spouse have decided you’re ready to divorce, and you have come to an amicable agreement about everything you can think of – child support, child custody, division of property. It can be tempting to file all the divorce paperwork on your own, saving the money you would spend on an attorney. Before you do that, here are 4 important reasons to not get a do-it-yourself divorce: Know Your Rights All the anecdotal evidence in the world cannot trump truly knowing your legal rights when it comes to child custody, child support, alimony, and division of property and debts in…Read More »

It’s Their Way or the Highway: Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

You have heard it one too many times. You have dealt with their selfish comments, their inability to apologize and their abusive, harsh words. It makes parenting so much harder than it needs to be. When narcissism takes over, simple conversations can become unbearable and non-productive. Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse may be one of the most difficult things you have to go through, but you must rise above it. The first step to understanding how to co-parent with a narcissistic ex-spouse is to recognize the symptoms. “Narcissism is the personality trait of egotism, vanity, conceit, or simple selfishness.” [1]…Read More »

The Emotional Ride of Infidelity

In today’s society, couples get married for a number of different reasons. Some of these motivators include finances, companionship, to have children and of course, for love. Although any of these might provide the initial incentive to walk down the aisle, it doesn’t always guarantee a happy ending. A study done by the Associated Press, “Journal of Marital and Family Therapy,” indicates that 41% of all men and women will cheat on their spouse. [2] If you are dealing with infidelity then your most pressing question is, “How can I understand my feelings and move towards a solution?” In order…Read More »