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Divorce Estate Planning

How to Handle Your Estate Planning After Divorce

How to Handle Your Estate Planning After Divorce If you created an estate plan while you were married, but have since gotten divorced, you will ...
Relocating Children
Child Custody

What to Know About Relocating with Children After Divorce

If you are a divorced parent with custody and would like to move to a new location, whether it’s for work or any other purpose, ...
January Divorce

Why January Leads Divorce Statistics Across the Country

Divorce month. Yes, it’s a real thing. Marriages can show fissures all year long, but January is the most frequent time for couples to split ...
Advantages To Mediation

The Top Six Advantages of Mediation in a Divorce Case

Why mediate your divorce? For parents who are contesting child custody or visitation, mediation is mandatory in California. But even if you are not ordered ...
Divorce Mediation

Eight Divorce Mediation Myths Debunked

Mediation is an effective process for reaching an equitable settlement in a divorce. Unfortunately, prevailing myths about mediation can jeopardize its success. Here is the ...
Divorce Negotiation

Important Tips When Negotiating in Your Divorce

The way you approach divorce negotiations can make a big difference to the outcome. Being prepared and strategic can improve your chances of success. These ...
Divorce checklist of questions to know the answers to when meeting with a divorce lawyer

Top 15 Questions a Divorce Lawyer May Ask You

You have your first consultation with your divorce lawyer. What do you need to know? The more prepared you are, the more productive the meeting ...
Advantages To Mediation

What the Mediation Divorce Process is Like in California for Parents

California encourages couples to engage in mediation to reach an agreement on divorce terms. If you have children, mediation is mandatory before you can take ...

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