People often hear about “divorce papers” or contact a divorce lawyer when they receive documents from either their ex or ex’s attorney. But the term “divorce papers” can mean a few different things.
During divorce, parents often fight for child custody. But sometimes, they are fighting a battle without understanding what “custody” really means. Learn the different options so you and your ex can have a level discussion.
Even if you’re not sure about changing your name after divorce, it’s best to at least have the option. Here is how to legally make sure you can revert to your maiden name.
While it can feel satisfying, posting hurtful things (even facts) on social media during divorce is quite dangerous.
When you sit down to discuss divorce with your spouse, what happens if he or she doesn’t agree?
Maybe you’ve heard of common law marriage. Maybe you’ve had one. But that doesn’t mean you’re entitled to the same rights as other married couples. It all depends. These days, it’s a term less often heard, making it hard to tell what’s true and what’s false. Here are a few facts to clear up the misconceptions about this union.
Choosing the right divorce attorney for you and your process will make it easier and help you settle with your spouse equitably.
A lot of the questions many people have about divorce surround child support. Who is going to pay for what?
Finding answers about divorce is not always easy. Often, it requires phone calls and meetings with multiple professionals. Now women can gather these responses all at once – at a monthly divorce workshop in Raleigh called Second Saturday Wake County.
Divorce is emotional, but when dividing property and assets, it’s best to leave emotion aside and focus on a fair split. Here are eight options for how to divide property during divorce.