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Ending Your Marriage Amicably


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Ending Your Marriage Amicably

Nothing is more terrifying than ending your marriage. After years of building a life together, it can be difficult to move forward separately. When I decided that things weren't going to work out with my first husband, it took a lot of courage to meet with a divorce lawyer and take care of things. However, working with the lawyer was one of the best decisions that I made. In addition to diffusing the situation, my lawyer helped me to ask for the right things and get what I deserved. My blog is dedicated to helping other people to end their own marriages amicably.

Tips For Speeding Up Your Divorce

When you are looking to finalize a divorce quickly, the typical advice will be to come to an agreement with your spouse on things, which will simplify the process so that all you need a judge for is the final approval on the agreement.  Sometimes that is not fast enough for some couples, which is where these tips come into play. Get Divorced in Another State There can be many legal requirements regarding how soon you can get divorced, with states having their own laws regarding a minimum amount of time and mandatory separation period. Read More 

4 Tips For Preparing For Life After Divorce

The challenges that accompany the end of marriage are many.  Ending a relationship of this magnitude can be difficult to do. The key to getting through this time in life may rest in how you plan on being alone. Of course, the amount of time you have to do so can determine your ultimate success. Knowing tips that will aid you in living alone are ideal for you to know. Read More 

Three Disputes You Should Let Go Of During A Divorce

If you are going through a divorce, this can bring up a wide array of emotions and might make you act in ways you aren't proud of. While divorce proceedings can be tedious, it is important to balance the line of protecting your rights and not being selfish because you are hurt. Here are three disputes you might be better off letting go of when going through a divorce. 1. Let Go of Being Angry Read More 

Getting Divorced? 3 Questions You Need Answers To

When you make the decision to get a divorce, it may not be something that you can handle on your own, and that's okay. A divorce attorney can be helpful in a number of ways, from getting you the monetary settlement that you deserve to helping you fight for full custody of the children if that route is taken. If you are going in to speak to an attorney, here are a few questions that you will want to ask and receive answers for: Read More 

Child Support And Its Enforcement: What You Need To Know

If you are parents who are divorcing, your minor children and their needs play a major role in your divorce agreement. The courts take a strong stance on providing legal protections for these vulnerable and innocent parties in a divorce situation, and the judicial system has enacted stringent laws to ensure that their care continues past the final decree. Child support laws and guidelines have been put in place, and the courts take their enforcement seriously, so read on for more information about laws enacted to ensure that minor children are financially protected with child support. Read More