Keeping Your Family Strong--Even Through Divorce

  • 3 Tips For Submitting A Valid Acknowledgement Of Paternity Document

    18 December 2015

    If you have not signed the birth certificate of your child and you do not wish to go to court, then you can sign an acknowledgement of paternity document. This form shows that both parties agree on who the father of the child is. Once you sign this form, then you can be held legally responsible for the welfare of the child. Creating an acknowledgement of paternity document needs to be done correctly in order for it to be valid.

  • 3 Rules Of Courtroom Etiquette You Need To Follow

    17 December 2015

    Dealing with a divorce case can be stressful. No one ever expects to end up divorced when they first get married. Unfortunately, it happens all the time. If you are dealing with a divorce case, you want to make sure you make a good impression on the court. The last thing you want is to end up on the judge's bad side because of something simple you could have avoided in the first place.

  • 7 Practical Divorce Tips

    16 December 2015

    Are you thinking about getting a divorce? If you are, you've probably got some pretty strong emotions right now. However, before you go any further, it's time to put your emotions on hold, get practical, and make some plans. Use these 7 tips to make your divorce, if you decide to get one, easier. 1) Separate your finances now. If you haven't completely decided on a divorce, you may not want to fully separate your finances right now.

  • Caught In An Abusive Marriage? 3 Steps To Take When It's Time To Get Out

    16 December 2015

    If you're trapped in an abusive marriage, you might be too afraid to file for divorce. It's important for you to know that help is available. You need to sit down with a divorce attorney as soon as possible. It's also important that you take precautions to protect yourself during the divorce process. Here are three steps that will make it easier for your attorney to get you the help you need.

  • Retracting A Divorce: What Will You And Your Spouse Need To Do?

    14 December 2015

    If you and your spouse decide to stay married after you file for divorce because it's not something you want anymore, you may wonder if family court will dismiss your case. Although family court can dismiss the divorce cases of spouses who wish to stay married, you and your spouse may need to prove to the court that you both came to the decision together. Here are things you and your spouse can do to prove to family court you wish to remain married.

  • 3 Steps To Receiving Part Of A Spouse's Military Pension After Divorce

    14 December 2015

    There are many issues to cover in a divorce involving military personnel, including whether or not the civilian spouse is entitled to part of the military pension. If you are the civilian spouse, you want to ensure that the pension is considered when determining the division of assets and debts in the marriage. Here are some steps you need to take to guarantee you receive your share of the pension.

  • 3 Tips For Hiring A Profession Process Server To Serve Your Divorce Papers

    14 December 2015

    A professional process server is responsible for making sure that your divorce papers are served directly to your spouse. Each state has their own set of laws and regulations that dictate how and when you should serve legal papers, including divorce papers. For this reason, it may be wise to hire a professional process server that will guide you through the process outlined in your particular state. Hiring the right professional processor is important because any mistakes can delay your divorce case.