What to Expect in Divorce Mediation

What to Expect in Divorce Mediation

September 18, 2017

Divorce mediation cannot force you into something. Let’s just get that out of the way now. The court may require that you attend family mediation, that doesn’t mean you have to agree to a single thing there. Of course, if you go in with that attitude, you are looking at a long, drawn out, and…
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What is Community Property?

August 29, 2017

Nevada is a community property state. It is one of the nine states in the  which divide the assets and debts equally rather than equitably.   Equally is “half”, hence the urban legend that during a divorce everything is dividing in half.  Can a couple decide to split property differently?  For example can they split…
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What Kind of Divorce is Right for You?

August 26, 2017

Either you or your spouse has decided that you want to end your marriage. But what type of divorce is best for you? There are two main types of divorce: uncontested and contested divorce. Your choice can determine whether your divorce will be simple and cheap or difficult and expensive. It is possible to complete…
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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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Post-Divorce Checklist (The Final Steps)

April 25, 2017

Your divorce decree is final. Take a deep breath. Walk outside. Feel the sun on your skin and the breeze in your hair. Listen to the passing cars and the wind. The hard part is over. Now you can start rebuilding your life. Divorce is never the end. It’s the beginning of something better. There…
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