Keeping Your Family Strong--Even Through Divorce

  • 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.

  • Three Good Reasons To See A Divorce Attorney Even If You Aren't Yet Sure That You Want A Divorce

    13 December 2015

    Should you meet with a divorce attorney even if you think that your marriage can be saved? Yes. There are several reasons that you want to find the attorney that you feel comfortable working with before you make the final decision to be done with your marriage. Here's why. 1. You want to have an attorney on hand if you need to react quickly. Even if you think that you're the only one who is contemplating divorce, things can turn sour very rapidly.

  • How Child Support Is Calculated

    11 December 2015

    If you are the parents of minor children, the provisions for child support, custody and visitation are among the most important and sometimes contentious issues you will encounter when preparing your divorce agreement. Working out issues in advance will save time and money when it comes time to actually file for divorce, but there are government-mandated guidelines that you should be aware of before you make any decisions about child support.

  • Social Media Can Help You With Your Divorce Case

    9 December 2015

    In this age of high tech gadgetry, smartphones and WIFI on every corner, people are using social media to connect with old friends and post pictures of their kids. Social media can also help you if you are having issues during a divorce or even if your spouse wants to change some of the agreement years later. How can being connected to the world help in this case? It's all in what is posted.