3 Tips For A Quick Divorce

Posted on: 27 May 2019

Divorce is something that most couples want to avoid, however, in some cases parting ways is the best option. Somewhere between 40 and 50 percent of couples in the US end up getting a divorce. Divorces run the gamut from quick and amicable to long and bitter. No matter what your situation is, chances are that you and your partner want to go your separate ways as soon as possible. If you are separating from your marriage partner, here are three tips for a quick divorce. [Read More]

When Your Ex Is Difficult: Getting Through Your Divorce With An Attorney By Your Side

Posted on: 31 March 2019

When it comes to getting a divorce, few people have an easy time dealing with their former spouse. If you have an ex who is argumentative and refuses to compromise on anything, it's important to get a divorce lawyer involved right away. There's a reason you are divorcing, and when your ex can't have a civil conversation with you to come up with a divorce agreement, you will need to hire an attorney to do the talking for you. [Read More]

Broken Promises: Who Rightfully Owns The Ring?

Posted on: 30 January 2019

When an engagement falls through, many former fiances promptly give the engagement ring back. In fact, doing so seems to make the act of breaking up more concrete. In some cases, however, things don't resolve that smoothly. Read on to find out what could happen when a dispute arises over who rightfully owns the diamond engagement ring. State Laws Affect the Disposition There are at least three main legal models that deal with engagement ring ownership issues in various states. [Read More]

Understanding Post-Secondary Child Support

Posted on: 21 December 2018

Child support is a concern many parents have when they divorce or go to court regarding custody or visitation. In some cases, a judge may award that one parent pays post-secondary child support. If you have never heard of this term, you might be confused about what this means. Essentially, post-secondary child support is essentially court-ordered payments toward a child's expenses toward college, trade school, vocational school, or graduate school. Some parents agree that each will put money toward post-secondary educational expenses, but in some cases a judge orders it or it is part of a divorce settlement. [Read More]