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Four common divorce myths

Getting a divorce can be stressful, and there are a lot of things to consider. There are also a lot of myths about the process. You don't want to get caught up in those myths, because you need to be clear on what will actually happen and what you need to do in order to have the best outcome in your particular case. Four myths are the most common, and they include thoughts about custody, attorneys, property, and court proceedings. 

Find out why you really need a divorce attorney

Imagine that you and your spouse are enjoying the perfect marriage. You have two healthy, beautiful children, a boy and a girl. You have a great house in a great neighborhood. You share the same interests, and you enjoy spending time with one another doing those things.

Considering the options when dividing your marital home

You and your spouse may have had the perfect life. The perfect kids, the perfect house, the perfect marriage. But, something happened and the feelings that you once had for one another have changed. As divorce becomes a more likely option, you start to wonder about what may happen during the process.

Is do-it-yourself divorce a good idea?

There is a tremendous sense of pride that comes with solving a problem on your own. You determined what the issues were, and learned what you needed to do to fix it. You may have saved yourself tons of money by fixing up your car or home, and feel that you can take on any challenge that you may face in the future.

Three things to remember about divorce and social media

Divorce is probably the most stressful experience that you may ever have to face. To say that you no longer love someone that you have built a life with is difficult, and it leads to a lot of emotions that are hard to understand. Like many others, you will rely upon your family and friends for support when you are going through the process.

Three things you should do to protect your assets during your divorce

For couples going through a divorce, their immediate concerns often focus on getting things finalized as soon as possible. They simply want to move forward with their lives. However, it is important these couples understand that this is a serious process, and they need to know the impact that these decisions can have upon their financial future.

How do you ask for a divorce?

There are many couples out there who have experienced significant challenges to their relationship throughout the past year. Often, these couples are just trying to make it through the holidays, and then they will sit down and think about their next steps.

Facing your financial future after divorce

When contemplating a divorce, most people are worried about what is going to happen throughout the process. Will they still be able to spend time with their children? Will they get trapped into a lengthy courtroom battle over the division of their marital property? Will they be able to handle the emotional stress that accompanies many divorces?

Why you need an attorney when mediating your divorce

You've decided to end your marriage. The choice to finally move on is extremely difficult, and it is not unusual to experience uncertainty and confusion at this time in your life. But every divorce is different, and your divorce will have unique issues and items that you will need to carefully contemplate as the process goes further. You need to be sure that you know what to expect in your case so that you do not make a decision that negatively impacts your future.

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