5 Indicative Signs You May Need A Divorce Lawyer


Has divorce been constantly on your mind but you're not exactly sure it's the right choice? If so, you may want to consult with a divorce lawyer to get their professional opinion. While there are many factors that go into making the decision to get divorced, here are five ways that you can know it may be time for you to call a lawyer. 1. You're Constantly Fighting  A familiar and common sign that a marriage is in trouble is when the husband and wife are constantly arguing.

14 July 2022

What Happens Next? Divorce Steps To Note


Divorce can be a confusing time and some parties feel better knowing what to expect and when to expect it. Read on for a simple guide to follow so you can predict what will be happening next with your divorce. You Decide to Separate You don't necessarily (in most states) have to live separately but most divorcing parties do and that may be the first step in the divorce. For many, though, separation provides an opportunity for efforts to save the marriage.

8 March 2022

The Perks Of Hiring A Divorce Attorney


Divorce is a challenging transition for many couples. The process is costly and could affect your living standards. In addition, divorce is tough for your children, friends, and relatives. The separation may also strain personal relationships with your spouse and other people in your social circle. Therefore, you must take all necessary actions to ensure a seamless divorce process. A divorce attorney specializing in separation negotiations can help you get through the transition period.

20 December 2021

Divorce On A Budget? It's Possible


It's safe to say that a divorce can be hard at almost any price level. From a bare-bones divorce with only filing fees to astronomical sums spent on legal and court fees. Many of those undergoing a divorce don't realize that they have some control over what is spent. Most want to spend as little as possible when they part ways, so read on and learn how you can do just that.

20 July 2021

What A Judge Considers When Splitting Marital Assets


If you have a contested divorce that is going to go to litigation, a judge is going to be the one that makes a lot of the decisions for you. However, you're likely wondering what a judge uses to make their decision about splitting marital assets since that is what a lot of your trial will be about.  Is Someone Not Able To Fully Support Themselves?  The main thing that a judge is going to consider is if one person has problems with fully supporting themselves, and would need help by having additional marital assets.

27 April 2021

When Should You Consider Hiring a Felony Attorney?


Hiring a criminal attorney can feel like a big thing to do, and that's before considering if you might want to look into felony attorneys instead. If you're not sure whether you should go the extra mile and consult with felony attorneys, here are some things to think about. What Are the Allegations? The potential charges tend to be the biggest thing that dictates whether you'll want to talk with felony attorneys.

6 January 2021

Housing And Separation Before Divorce: What To Know


Make no mistake about it, having a place to live is a primary human need — right up there with water and food. When a couple divorces, the question of who can reside in the family home naturally arises. To answer that question and other, read below for an exploration of some common legal issues surrounding the family home and separation before the divorce. Can One Party Kick the Other Party Out of the Home?

6 October 2020