Monthly Archives: April 2019
Is Texting Your Spouse During a Divorce Case a Good Idea?
Communication is a common issue for many couples, and those going through divorce will particularly struggle with how to navigate this area of interaction in light of the emotional and legal aspects of this process. Some level of communication is usually a good idea for most divorcing couples, especially if they are trying to… Read More »
Mistakes to Avoid in Family Court
Most people are not familiar with the ins and outs of the legal process, and many encounter it for the first and only time when they get divorced. Any lawsuit is apt to trigger strong emotions, but the personal nature of divorce makes controlling one’s reactions more difficult, and this stress can come to… Read More »
How Long Do You Have to Be Married to Get Divorced?
Marriage is a big commitment, and sometimes, a couple realizes relatively quickly that the decision to get married was not right. Divorce is usually viewed as a messy endeavor that takes a lot of time, money and effort to complete. For couples that realize soon after marriage that the relationship will not work, common… Read More »
How Restraining Orders Impact Child Custody Decisions
Living in an abusive situation is a horrible experience that no one should have to endure. A common aspect of leaving these environments, often in some relation to seeking a divorce, is a petition for a restraining or protective order to keep the abusive spouse away from victim and their children. Even if children… Read More »