Divorce

Divorce Costs: The Cost Of Revenge
By Phillipa Kingswell · 5 years ago
Divorce costs. There is the cost of a relationship not gone to plan, the cost of two homes rather than one and the costs associated with divorce process itself. The cost of divorce is already ...
Family Violence More Likely To Occur In Homes With Kids
By Phillipa Kingswell · 5 years ago
Family violence is more likely to occur in couples with children, often commencing in pregnancy, which means children may be exposed to physical harm from a very young age. It has been estimated that about ...
Divorce Property Settlement Myths
By Phillipa Kingswell · 5 years ago
What are the most common divorce property settlement myths? Many of them are perpetuated by ‘real-life’ stories where the context is not clear or the facts have been manipulated. Many couples get incorrect information from ...
Cross Divorces In Cyprus
By Michael Chambers · 5 years ago
Increased mobility and international families are two of the primary outcomes of globalisation. That is to say, spouses may come from different countries, they may have relocated abroad and they may have assets in more ...
Maintenance After Divorce In Cyprus
By Michael Chambers · 5 years ago
Divorce is a highly delicate area of family law. An important thing that needs to be clarified is that divorce does not entirely terminate the relations of spouses, despite the fact that their legal relations, ...
Help Save My Marriage: How to save your marriage when it’s only you making attempts to see it last
By Tosin Ajibowo · 6 years ago
The fact that there are 100s and 1000s of people who do not give a hoot about marriage, love or having a soul mate does not mean people like you who do have one should ...
Unexpected Upsides to My Parents Divorce
By Deus Lee · 7 years ago
Being brought up by divorced parents, well, technically my Dad did most of the work. My Mom’s place was more of a vacation house. Although I could come up with more downsides than upsides, but ...
Child Custody and Religion During a Divorce
By Eric Cheshire · 7 years ago
Questions of religion and parenting during a divorce are some of the most challenging. Interfaith couples are likely to have differences of opinion about the religion their children should practice. In most cases, religion does ...
The Why and How about a Prenuptial Agreement?
By Eric Cheshire · 7 years ago
Before marriage, couples often shy away from discussions of money, and their reluctance is understandable: Finance and romance seem mutually exclusive. In fact, however, bringing financial issues into the open can be healthy, and it ...
Ex-Spouse Filing For Bankruptcy? How This Affects Child Support
By Eric Cheshire · 7 years ago
It's an unfortunate truth that often times 'money problems' are cited as the leading cause or contributing factor to divorce. Considering this, it's not unusual for a post-divorce bankruptcy (or two) to play a part ...
A Guide To Choose The Right Divorce Lawyer
By Amy Keenan · 7 years ago
As the time passes by, the number of couples separating from each other is increasing in the U.K. The married couples then do not have any clue about the divorce application and procedures, as a ...
Having Trouble Collecting Child Support From Your Ex-Spouse?
By Eric C. Cheshire · 7 years ago
A key understanding in all divorce cases that involve children is both parents have an ongoing obligation to support their children. Divorce or separation does not negate or minimize the level of obligation to support ...
Disconnecting From Your Spouse Online
By Eric C. Cheshire · 7 years ago
Shared digital/online accounts is another tech-related area that may present concerns over privacy and trust during a divorce. The number of shared accounts, from family cell phone plans to streaming movie and entertainment accounts have ...
How Social Media Is Used In Divorce Proceedings
By Eric C. Cheshire · 7 years ago
Are you considering or going through a divorce at this time? If so, you should be aware of the risks of using social media during divorce. Here’s some helpful information about using social media sites, ...
Family Law: Dealing with the Stress of Divorce
By Anthony Thomas · 8 years ago
Family Law: Dealing with the Stress of Divorce Divorce is a struggle to get through and it makes for a tough time on all the parties involved. The emotional and physical toll on your body ...
Child Custody: Grandparents Vs. Parents
By Cameron Goulding · 8 years ago
I am Cameron Goulding, a family law attorney in the Troy area of Oakland County, Michigan. As a divorce lawyer, it is very important to stay on top of the changes and developments in this ...
Moving Out of Michigan, Childhood Obesity and Custody
By Cameron Goulding · 9 years ago
As a family law practitioner in Oakland County, Michigan, I read every divorce case decided by the Michigan Court of Appeals. The case of Chochrane v Cochrane, (unpublished) Michigan Court of Appeals Docket No. 312572, ...
How to Come Out Of Your Divorce With the Best Overall Outcome
By Aleida Walduis · 9 years ago
The proceedings can be a very difficult time in the lives of individuals that are going through it. Whether you are a man or woman, there many things that need to be taken into account ...
Fathers’ Custody Rights Matter
By Anji Fussell · 9 years ago
A custody battle might be every divorced parent’s worst nightmare – but for fathers, custody rights take on a whole different meaning. Texas dads have it better than some: about 50% of fathers looking for ...
3 Reasons to Update Your Will
By Tyler Di · 9 years ago
A will is a legally binding contract that is widely considered one of the most important documents you will ever sign. The majority of parents with children actually do not have a will and without ...