One or both partner in a divorce typically leave the house and find an apartment or rent a residence for the separation period. If you’re not working, you have the added trial of figuring out how to pay the rent with no recent income history.
Divorce is a legal process. However, there is so much more that goes into separating from your life partner — whether you are happy or devastated by it. What may surprise people is the varied reactions to divorce. One of our divorce attorney presenters, Jenny Bradley, has been helping people with divorce for 20 years.
Once you file for divorce, your partner’s affair may affect proceedings in the following ways.
One label often tossed out during divorce is a narcissist, and if your partner has this mental condition, divorce will not be easy.
Recently a question came up in our monthly divorce workshop about the house: What will happen if my spouse stops paying the mortgage?
We asked one of our attorney presenters, Jenny Bradley, what common mistakes she has seen in 20 years of handling divorces. Here are the top four.
Breaking the news that you want a divorce is no easy task, no matter what the circumstances. How do you tell your spouse you want a divorce?
Whether it was a destination wedding or you unexpectedly eloped while traveling, how are divorce rules different for a foreign marriage?
The process of legally separating from your spouse can be very expensive. One of the main concerns we hear each month in our divorce workshop is: How much will divorce cost?
The question about how psychological domestic violence affects divorce came up in one of our workshops this year, and we felt it important to share some thoughts.