Family Law and Divorce

Family Law and Divorce

Marriage Divorce Records – This Is How To Obtain It Easily

One very easy way of obtaining marriage divorce records is using the internet. It involves no bottleneck of protocols, no signing of papers, no authorization requests, nothing except the little fee that is paid. You also do not have to wait for anyone to get the results; neither do you have to work within a […]

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Family Law and Divorce

5 Factors Considered for Relocation in Child Custody

Relocating to another state or more than 100 miles from the current address of your children current address is referred to as change of domicile in the courts. It can be a very complex and emotionally charged issue especially if parents have difficulty agreeing to the custody and parenting time of their children. People value […]

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Family Law and Divorce

What Is a Flat Fee Divorce

If you and your spouse believe you can work things out on your own, then our flat fee divorce works like this: Either you or your spouse comes to our office and retains us. We can only represent one of you and this is the only person we should deal with. You tell us what […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Prenuptial Agreement Tips

We are often asked by couples about our views on prenuptial agreements. Some couples do find them to be valuable while for others, they are completely unnecessary. Considering and agreeing to having one done may turn out to be a strengthening factor in your marriage or relationship. In terms of statistics, of marriages where one […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Calculating Alimony Payments

It can be difficult to determine the final amount of alimony that will be awarded in a divorce. Deciding on an alimony agreement may cause a large amount of hostility. Alimony is most often used if the parties have an extreme difference of income. Before going through a divorce, it is important to have an […]

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Family Law and Divorce

International Divorce in Turkey: Pending Cases in Different Countries

It is not uncommon to imagine an international divorce case where one of the spouses is a Turkish Citizen, the other, an Italian Citizen, both residing in Germany; one party initiates divorce proceedings in Germany, while the other later files another divorce case in Turkey, believing that this action would be advantageous. Lis pendens refers […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Benefits of a Marital Separation Agreement

When a couple decides to split up, it is not always with the intention to get divorced right away. However, with the future of their financial life together so uncertain, and the changes that will occur with raising minor children, it makes sense to draft a separation marital agreement in the interim. In the state […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Protect Yourself – Why You Need the Best Divorce Attorney

Here is a story of Cindy, a wife who trusted her husband too much (or the best description would be: a woman who loved so much) and was left with nothing. Read on so you won’t be able to go through Cindy’s life and take this as an example. This is the perfect example on […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Know More About Family Lawyers

Lawyers in America practice by specialization. Those who need aid with bankruptcy issues address their concerns to Bankruptcy lawyers. People whose family member or friend was killed run to Criminal lawyers. Couples who decide to separate for good hire Divorce lawyers – and if this pair has a child that needs proper decision making as […]

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Family Law and Divorce

Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO)

A Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) is an order issued by a state authority or court, which provides funds from the retirement account of a divorcing individual to his or her spouse. This is done to pay alimony or child support payments, or to split up the marital property. Requirements for a QDRO For a […]

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