What to Say to a Friend Going Through a Divorce

What to Say to a Friend Going Through a Divorce

August 4, 2017

Your friend breaks the news that she and her husband are going through a divorce. It could be a shock or you may have seen that coming a mile away. It’s a good idea to ask if she knows whether they are going to file a joint petition or have a contested divorce. That way…
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Divorce Housekeeping

April 25, 2017

You’ve done the research, and you’re ready to move forward. Step one is to meet with a divorce attorney to learn your rights and options for moving forward with your life. Call us to schedule your consult. Step two is planning and preparing for the consult. In fact, the sooner you start your divorce planning,…
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New Holiday Traditions

December 20, 2016

The first holiday being separated or divorced can be the worst? Because old traditions or past routines are out of sync with the new you. One piece of advice given to us by a wise marriage counselor is to use this time to start new traditions. You have a clean slate to start something new…
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Post-Nup Agreements Continue to Rise in Popularity

July 28, 2016

Postnuptial agreements are becoming an increasingly important document within a marriage, and these contracts are more popular than ever before. In a recent survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, or AAML, more than 51 percent of divorce attorneys noted an increase in postnups. RIGHT Lawyers, the premier divorce and custody attorneys in…
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Time Requirements for Divorce

June 17, 2016

So the honeymoon is over. Now you want a divorce as quick as possible. Every state has a requirement that you must be living in the state at the time you file your divorce petition. Some require you to live in the state for a year or more prior to filing while others allow you…
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