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Once you have decided you are ready to petition for divorce from your estranged spouse, it’s important to know the right steps to take. It is also in your best interests to have legal support to guide you through the process. Divorce can get sticky and complicated. But having a divorce attorney on your side and having a clear understanding of the proper steps to take will give you peace of mind and confidence as you move forward.
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In the past few years it has become more and more common for spouses who are going through a divorce, to use social media as a basis for evidence in cases for divorce, child custody, and alimony, but what about a modification of divorce? Once the divorce has been finalized, ex-spouses often wonder if social media posts can be used to go back and petition for a modification. The answer to this common question is: maybe. It really depends upon the situation and the type of evidence collected via social media.
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If you are planning for a divorce or are currently going through the divorce proceedings, it’s likely you have some questions regarding child support after divorce. One of the primary questions parents tend to have about child support after divorce is what the amount will be that they will receive or pay. It makes sense that you want to have an idea regarding how much child support payments will be. Is your court date a few weeks away? Or are you just in the beginning stages of filing? Either way, now is a good time to ask.
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Is it really worth it to hire a family law practice for estate planning? Can’t you just handle it on your own? The truth is that hiring a qualified attorney makes it possible to care for your family in the event of your death. Knowing your will and trust are properly prepared will give you peace of mind. You can’t put a price tag on that!
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