Even if you have been long anticipating the end of your marriage, when your spouse actually serves you with divorce papers, it can be emotionally hard to deal with the situation. But it is important that you take immediate action towards protecting your legal rights upon receiving the papers. How your divorce proceedings go will […]
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Guardian ad litem – commonly abbreviated as GAL – is a lawyer who is appointed by the court to represent the interests of minor children in divorce cases, child custody cases, child neglect, and abuse cases, juvenile delinquency cases, guardianship disputes, and other cases where minor children are involved. Ad litem is a Latin term […]
Divorce is likely to become more complicated whenever emotional or physical abuse is involved in a marriage. In these cases, chances are that the abuse was the primary or one of the key reasons leading to the divorce. Abuse can impact several details in the final divorce settlement. You should know how abuse can impact […]
The divorce rate is very high in the United States, and this has made getting divorced an increasingly acceptable part of our culture or to some as if there is a kink in our culture. Unlike previous generations, divorce is no longer looked down upon in society like it was before. However, when a couple […]
Married couples that are planning to adopt a child need to be on the same page regarding this life-changing decision. The child would be the legal child of both partners, and everything is usually wonderful when the bond between the parents is strong. However, when a couple with an adopted child heads for a divorce, […]
During a divorce, it’s necessary to pay attention to your financial and tax planning because some changes are likely to impact your future income and expenses. For instance, if you are a divorced parent who shares custody of your child with the other parent, the question that comes to the forefront is who between you […]
Going through a divorce is arduous and distressing in itself, but if you are charged with a DUI too, it could multiply your woes exponentially. With all the worry and anguish about your divorce proceedings already on your plate, a DUI would only exacerbate your misery. It is important to remember that stakes are too […]
The marital home is often the most sought-after and contested asset in the property division process during a divorce. The huge sentimentality attached to a house, apart from the monetary value, can make both the spouses vie for their most coveted asset. If you are going through a divorce in Auburn, AL, speak with one […]
The financial ramifications of divorce can be one of its most stressful aftermaths. It’s not uncommon for divorcees to find themselves suffering financially after the dissolution of their marriage. Alimony, also known as spousal support or spousal maintenance, is awarded to remove the financial disparity in such cases where a substantial income gap between divorcing […]
One of the most important aspects of an Auburn, Alabama divorce is the division or transfer of property. The law states that any asset that you or your spouse acquired during the course of your marriage is to be considered marital property (with a few exceptions), and this property is to be divided in an […]
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