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We will be adding a new section to our website entitled "Articles By Professionals" and are looking for divorce or family law professionals willing to submit original articles on the same. We will include your bio with the article and a link to your website. Send inquiries to drswebmaster1 [at] gmail.com

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If you include divorce or family law as part of your practice in this state, we encourage you to list your bio and a link back to your web site in this section.

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Divorce can get UGLY. It's toll on the parties is well documented. But there are alternate choices.

Collaborative divorce - the parties each hire an attorney schooled on collaborative law, and the parties work toward a resolution that can result in a Settlement Agreement provided to the court. Should one party want out of this process, the attorneys must resign and the parties must then hire new attorneys and prepare for trial.

Mediation can:
a. offer greater privacy than resolving the issues in a public trial. 
b. be faster and less expensive, 
c. reduce the level of conflict between you and your spouse during your divorce.

Mediation is a process that attempts to resolve differences with the help of a trained, impartial third party.  Parties are brought together in a neutral setting by a trained Mediator, with or without attorneys. 

A mediator does not represent either side and does not offer legal advice. The mediator assists the parties in identification of the issues, collect the information needed so they can make informed decisions, and communicate back and forth so that they can find a solution agreeable to both.

The process is designed to encourage resolution in an informal, non-adversarial manner. 

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Attorneys in this state that include collaborative divorce among their services are encouraged to list their bio and a link back to their web site in this section.

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To get an annulment in this state, you must cite grounds from the approved list of grounds, and be prepared to provide proof to the court that a condition exists or existed that entitles you to a #MarriageAnnulment

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In the absence of a #SettlementAgreement by the parties, the court will divide marital assets using "Equitable Distribution". Assets (and debt) will be divided in a fair and equitable manner, but not necessarily equally.

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If you and your spouse are unable to agree on the details of child support (most cannot agree), the issue will be deiced via a mediation conference or by the court. 

Considerations the court may examine include:

1. the financial resources of the child
2. the standard of living the child would have enjoyed if there had been no divorce
3. the age and health of the parents
4. the earning capacity of each parent
the amount and sources of income of each parent,

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Granting #Alimony   to the dependent spouse can be be a somewhat complicated process, filed with many considerations. 

1. The dependent spouse's needs and the ability of the other spouse to pay
2. The ability or inability for the dependent spouse to financially support him or herself.
3. Length of the marriage

(There are more factors. Click on the link below:
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