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8 Types of Divorce Settlements You Should Know About

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Depending on your location, you may find that there are many ways to divorce. The differences between various types of divorce may lie in the letter of the law, i.e. fault or no-fault divorce; or they may simply lie in the way the parties approach the process, i.e. contested, uncontested, or default. Here, we describe […]

How to Choose a Good Divorce Lawyer: 4 Simple Steps


  What makes a good divorce lawyer? The answer to this question depends upon who you are and what your needs are. Here, we answer some of the most common questions about how to choose a divorce attorney.   Choosing a Divorce Lawyer – Step 1: Make a List of Your Needs Begin the process […]

How to Tell Your Kids About Divorce

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Divorce is painful for everyone, particularly children. Telling the kids that you and your spouse are splitting up isn’t easy, but these tips will help you ease the pressure. Focus on truth, simplicity, and emotional comfort, and be prepared to address any questions about divorce kids may have. How to Explain Divorce to Children Telling […]

Annulment vs Divorce: What’s the Difference?

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What’s the difference between divorce and annulment? After all, both are legal procedures that ultimately dissolve a marriage. Here, we dig deep into the meaning of annulment vs. divorce, discussing their similarities and differences. If you’re weighing the two proceedings against one another, it is vital that you understand what differentiates annulment vs divorce. What […]

Financing Divorce – 6 Easy Tips to Pay for Your Divorce

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Financing your divorce can seem like a difficult process, and it is sometimes necessary to be creative when it comes to paying for divorce. Here, we have put together six ways to make financing divorce easier. Apply for Credit Cards in Your Name If possible – and if you have not done so already – […]

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