General Divorce Articles
General Divorce Article List
Debunking Divorce Myths - There are numerous misconceptions when it comes to divorce. Often, situations that could be resolved fairly amicably become highly contested because one of the parties is operating under the mistaken belief that the myth is actually the reality. Below are three of the most common misconceptions...
Ways to Protect Yourself on Social Media During Divorce - You might not want to share personal information with your soon to be spouse or their attorney, but the images and updates you share online provide insight into your life and activities, whether you like it or not...
Divorce Trends - We know that approximately one half of all marriages end in divorce. What is new is the myriad of ways in which couples can become legally divorced – the types of processes available, and the different professionals who can help in these processes....
What to do to Prepare for a Divorce - If you know that your marriage is coming to an end, whether you want it to or not, there are things you can do to prepare to make the process less painful...
Do We Really Need a Lawyer? - Do I really need a lawyer? I often get asked this question by my clients in divorce mediation. The short answer is that legally you do not need a lawyer to get divorced. You can fill out the paperwork yourself and be considered pro se and represent yourself in court...
Looking for a Successful Divorce? Follow the Example of "The Surgical Team"! - A surgical team is defined as “A unit providing the continuum of care beginning with preoperative care, and extending through perioperative (during the surgery) procedures, and postoperative recovery. Each specialist on the team, whether surgeon, anesthesiologist or nurse, has advanced training for his or her role before, during, and after surgery”...
Is This The Year You Get a Divorce? - So now that you’re certain that you want to end your marriage, you're probably wondering how to plan for a divorce and what steps you can take to keep the proceedings peaceful, fair, cost-effective and child-focused so that you and your soon-to-be ex can (hopefully) remain friends and effectively co-parent your children...
Why Does Divorce Skyrocket From January to March? - All over the U.S., lawyers are talking about the increased number of divorce cases they see in January. While December is usually the year’s low, January numbers shoot up and remain that way through March. What’s behind this trend?...
Divorce - Do You Need a Lawyer? - A recent article in the Family Court Review explored the myths and truths about self-represented litigants in divorce. The author (Greacen) cited a legal white paper which claimed that self-represented litigants (“SRLs”) strain the court system, burden judges, and do a poor job...
The Divorce Rate Myths - In the last few weeks, the media has been full of new interpretations of the divorce rate, many of which are showing that the commonly-held belief that 50% of marriages end in divorce is a myth. It seems that the truth is, that rate is much lower...
A Litigant’s Primer to Divorce Litigation - The same thought process you used to think about entering your marriage is what you should use to determine the end of your marriage in divorce. Unless there is domestic violence or domestic abuse involved, which will be covered in a separate article, you need and indeed owe yourself, time to think...
Thinking of a Do-It-Yourself Divorce? Better Think Again - Professional mediators (at least the good ones) spend their lives dedicated to studying, training, learning and growing in their chosen area of expertise: divorce...
How to Talk to Your Spouse about an Uncontested Divorce - If you are interest in an uncontested divorce, one of the first steps will be discussing this option with your spouse to determine if he or she would also consider traveling this route to the dissolution of your marriage. The following is a list of ways to approach the subject of an uncontested divorce with your spouse...
Are More Divorces to Come? As the Economy Continues to Recover, Many Predict the Divorce Rate Will Climb - At first glance, it appears to run contrary to logic. We have all likely heard that finances are the number one cause of divorce. It is easy to assume, based on this well known truth, that divorce rates would be their highest in a down economy. However, a recent study reveals the opposite to be accurate...
What should you do if you are thinking about divorce? - Many people going through a divorce don’t get exactly what they deserve, both in the distribution of assets and in the help they receive. We too often concentrate on the emotions of divorce rather than the financial implications. These are important, but it’s also important for everybody involved to plan for their financial future...
What Is A Divorce? - When you got married, you made vows, obtained a marriage license and a marriage certificate. When you did these things, a binding contract was formed about the way your marriage would endure. So in order to end your marriage and get a divorce it must be done using a legal proceeding
How to Ask Your Spouse For a Divorce - You’ve tried your hardest, but you just can’t seem to make it work. You want out of the marriage. But how do you deliver that message to your spouse without devastating them or triggering an all-out war? One of the most common questions we're asked is, "How do I ask my spouse for a divorce?" Well, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer
My Husband Wants A Divorce. What Do I Do? - When you and your husband decided you’d stay home and raise the kids, it was a decision you both felt good about. "We’re a team" - you thought. "What’s his is mine. And what’s mine is his. We’re building a life together." Not once in your life did you ever think you’d one day be telling your friends “My husband wants a divorce.”
5 Ways to Hurt Your Divorce With Social Media - “It’s better to be safe than sorry,” the adage goes. It’s especially true when it comes to legal issues like divorce - particularly in contentious cases. Studies over the past 5 years have tied social media to divorce as one of the leading causes...
New Year, New You - Almost - Have you broken your New Year’s Resolution yet? The new year is a time when you think about change and what you want to do differently for your future. I read that people contemplate divorce for an average of 5 years before taking action and actually getting divorced...
Does the New Year Have You Asking the Question "Should I Stay, or Should I Go?" - As an attorney and a mediator, I can’t tell you how many times I have heard this scenario: A husband and wife, father and mother are constantly fighting, there is a lot of tension in the household but the couple has been told one party cannot leave the household. So the question is, does one of you leave or do you stay and weather the storm?...
Dealing with Divorce - Divorce can be a lengthy process that may strain your finances and leave you feeling out of control. But with the right preparation, you can protect your interests, take charge of your future, and save yourself time and money...
A Different Way to Think About Divorce - Traditionally, when one contemplates divorce, the first phone call is to a divorce attorney. And when on thinks about it, that makes sense since by definition, divorce is a legal action. One "party" "serves" another with a legal document. Sometimes it is stated that one party "sues" for divorce...
Getting a Get - A secular divorce is insufficient for an observant Jew. After a secular divorce, in order to subsequently marry a religious Jew, they must first obtain a “Get” or Jewish Bill of Divorcement. Ironically, the Get is a “no fault” document...
Illinois Divorce - 10 Things to Prepare Ahead of Time - When it comes to divorce, as with just about anything else in life, the more prepared you are ahead of time the better. When you’ve got all your ducks in a row, the process can go much more smoothly and will likely be resolved much faster – something that is important to most divorcing couples...
Divorcing a Reluctant Spouse - Chances are, when you got married, you were both equally as excited to start your new life together. Unfortunately, when it comes to ending a marriage, the situation isn’t always so balanced. If you’re leaning toward getting a divorce but your spouse doesn’t want to hear it, it can be incredibly frustrating...
Ways to Reduce Stress During a Divorce - There’s no question – getting through divorce is never easy. Between dealing with the loss of your marriage, to splitting up assets to developing parenting plans and anticipating life as a single person again, you are no doubt experiencing a whirlwind of emotions, not the least of which is stress...
Divorce After a 30 Year Marriage - So there you have it. What you thought would never happen to you has officially happened. After a 30 year marriage: divorce. Becoming single again after such a lengthy marriage can be a frightening time filled with uncertainty. There are so many things to think about to ensure that you’ll be ok...
The Good, Bad and Ugly in Divorce - Divorce is on the rise. What is a good divorce? There may be many definitions floating around but, after 20 plus years working with families of divorce, both as therapists and divorce mediators, our definition of a “good divorce” is one that recognizes the marriage may have ended but the relationship existed...
Divorce Does Not Equal Deportation - Matrimonial Lawyers must know fundamental immigration law when representing Foreign Nationals (FN) in divorce proceedings. Non-immigrant visas allow FN’s to enter the United States for a variety of reasons, such as business, education, or pleasure. A FN’s family may accompany the principal applicant depending on the purpose and duration of the trip...
Mediation - The Big Lie - In a perfect world, parties would not need attorneys to settle their family disputes. In this world, both Mom and Dad would have time for a career and a family, with both parents taking an equal role in childrearing. However, we do not live in a perfect world, and as a result, more than half of recent marriages will end in divorce...
Is Divorce Contagious? - Have you ever noticed that if someone standing next to you yawns, you’re more likely to yawn too? It seems that yawns are contagious and apparently, so too is divorce! A new research project headed by Rose McDermott and a team at Brown University took a look at three decades of marriage, divorce and remarriage statistics of people in Framingham, Massachusetts...
Engagement Ring - Gift or Community Property? - We have all heard, or seen on Youtube, the creative and romantic deliveries of an engagement ring. Stories of a ring being tied around a dozen roses, or being baked inside a cake, or even being delivered by the family dog. Engagements are days to cherish. The same cannot be said if Mr. Right later breaks off the engagement...
Divorce Rate at 50%? - Is the divorce rate really 50%? How many of your friends and family are divorced? Is it every other marriage? Not for me. In my children’s class at school, half the class is not from a divorced family. On my block no one is divorced...
The Intersection of Divorce Law and Mediation - Once you file a divorce complaint, you start the Court clock running. If you decide instead to try divorce mediation to save you and your spouse some time and money, you can pause the clock, so long as you inform the Court and your lawyers...
Ten Great Ideas for People Who Are Getting a Divorce - Get a box and fill it with a few years of tax returns, bank statements, credit card statements, statements from IRA accounts/stock accounts/other accounts, Payroll stubs. Put everything in chronological order (so you don't have to pay your lawyer or his/her assistant to do it)
Dissolution - A Stress-Reducing Option in Divorce Law - The former spouses should also realize amicable proceedings not only benefit children; they can also have a hugely beneficial effect on the parties to the divorce. One of the best ways to achieve this is by seeking dissolution as opposed to filing for divorce
Businesses in Divorce - Statistics from the National Federation of Independent Business state that one million businesses are co-owned and managed by married couples. Many married couples decide to run a business together, each performing those tasks that are most closely aligned with their individual skill set...
Common Mistakes People Make During a Divorce - Controversy has become synonymous with social media. Not only do ordinary people lose their jobs or reputations off what is posted online- your divorce proceedings could be affected as well. Taking pictures of you and your friends after a night of partying is definitely not going to enforce the idea that you are a responsible parent...
Does Cohabitation Before Marriage Increase the Chances of Divorce? - Some people believe that cohabitating before marriage decreases the risk of divorce for a couple. Others believe that cohabitation can doom a marriage before it even begins. The logic behind the theory that cohabitation strengthens future marriages is that when a woman and a man live together before marriage they have an opportunity to live together and test the relationship before making a commitment to marriage...
Present Your Best Case to Avoid Litigating Your Divorce - You’ve been thinking about asking for a divorce, but have feared how your spouse will react. You know that you haven’t paid attention to your relationship, and have emotionally and/or physically strayed from the marriage. You have both assessed the damage to the relationship, and perhaps have even tried counseling to repair it. Unfortunately, you feel that full extent of the damage is simply too great to repair...
How to Prepare for the Divorce - If you think that your marriage may be heading for divorce, there are some things that you could do to prepare yourself for the legal and financial divorce. Remember, however, that there are other kinds of divorce that may be more difficult than that of dissolving an economic partnership – the religious divorce, the physical divorce, and the emotional divorce (dealt with elsewhere)...
How Do You Know if You’re Ready for Divorce? - Perhaps one of the most difficult and life-changing questions one can ask themselves – and certainly not one that has any simple answers – is “how do you know if you’re ready for divorce?”...
Maintaining an Active Tempo in Your Divorce - If you want to control the tempo of your divorce, you must be proactive in the divorce process. And in order to be proactive, you must first understand the realities of the divorce process...
The One Asset You Must Protect During Divorce - After all, most married couples accumulate a number of worthwhile assets over the course of marriage such as houses, cars, bank accounts, retirement accounts, businesses, etc. and so when it comes to selecting just one of those assets to protect and fight for in a divorce, the choice seems impossible
Military Divorce Issues To Consider - Just like their civilian counterparts, service members and military officers also face matters related to family law. However, a military member getting divorced must also deal with complex issues such as pension, retirement, child relocation and the like
Divorcing Baby Boomers - The media is endlessly fascinated by the divorces of couples with long-term marriages. From Maria Shiver and Arnold Schwarzenegger and Al and Tipper Gore, the celebrity divorced set
The "Good Divorce" is Not an Oxymoron - The United States has the highest rate of divorce in the industrialized world. It is estimated that 25% of the adults in this country between the ages of 18 and 44 are the products of divorced households
What is a Dissolution? - There are several legal ways to terminate a marriage, including divorce, uncontested, annulment, and dissolution. An uncontested divorce typically occurs when one party cannot be found, is incarcerated, or will simply not respond to communication efforts by the other party of his lawyer
Senior Divorce Is More Common Than Ever - Divorce among the elderly has become more rampant in recent years. In fact, according to a 2010 study in South Korea, the divorce rate among people over 50 years old in that country is now higher than the rate of younger people. There are various reasons for this trend, just as there are several reasons for each individual divorce
Facebook Is Involved in More Than One Third of Divorces - You may be aware of the impact Facebook can have during divorce, as you are advised not to post your personal information online during that time. However, recent studies have shown that Facebook can actually lead to divorce
Dissolution of Marriage Considerations - The dissolution of marriage (also known as divorce) represents the legal termination of the contractual bond of matrimony between two parties by a court of law in their respective state of residence...
Dealing with Conflict During Your Divorce - Dealing with conflict is never easy especially when it comes to dealing with conflict related to your divorce. Below you will find a few strategies for dealing with conflict during your divorce...
Modification of Child Support or Alimony - Support issues were decided based upon the then-existing financial circumstances. These financial circumstances are always subject to change...
Cancellation of a Settlement Agreement - Settlement agreements should be entered into freely, voluntarily, and only after full disclosure of all pertinent facts. The agreement itself will most likely contain representations that full disclosure was made...
Enforcement of a Settlement Agreement - Most divorce cases do not end with a trial by the judge, but by agreement. The agreement establishes the rights and obligations of the parties...
4 Divorce Fables & Facts - Believing these fables can undermine your divorce. Secure your future and your children's future. Don't just get a divorce. Get a smart divorce...
Fear and Divorce: A Four-Letter Tool for Moving the Divorce Process Forward - Fear and divorce go together. Pointing this out to divorcing individuals as part of the divorce process can be extremely helpful. Fear is a powerful word...
Do You Need a Religious Divorce? - Most of the divorcing couples who come to me for assistance have had a religious marriage ceremony. These couples sometimes have a question along the lines of one posed to me recently by an immigration attorney on behalf of his client...
Facebook and My Space in Domestic Cases: Word to the Wise, Be Cautious About Postings! - With the popularity of Facebook and My Space, communicating on the internet has become the modern wave of our future. Not only are our children texting, emailing, and creating accounts with Facebook and My Space, parents, grandparents, and the like are catching up with the trend...
Before the Initial Divorce Consultation - Here are some steps you can take before you reach this step to make the process smoother in preparing for separation and the first attorney meeting...
Understanding Divorce Arbitration - Arbitration is the most efficient and effective way for parties to resolve stalemates in divorce negotiations. Even parties using Collaborative Divorce or Divorce Mediation sometimes reach a stalemate-an impasse that cannot be resolved...
The Three Approaches to Divorce - There are three approaches to divorce - Adversarial, Collaborative, and Mediation. They share the same objectives: obtaining a Massachusetts divorce and getting resolution on issues surrounding children, property, and finances. While all three end in divorce, none use the same method to reach resolution on key issues...
Litigation: The Traditional Process for Divorce - Litigation is a process where one or both parties ("litigants") file a court complaint to give a judge the authority to resolve family disputes. The Judge is either appointed by the Governor or an elected official who, after hearing each point of view, makes a decision...
50 Little-Known Secrets to Saving a Bundle on your Family Law or Divorce Case - Going through a family law case is agonizing emotionally, taxing financially, complicated, confusing, and expensive, regardless of whether you and your spouse are getting along or at each other's throats, whether you have an attorney (or attorneys) or not, how much education you have, or how much money or how many children you have...
Important Information for People Contemplating Divorce - First, no matter how done you are with your marriage, or how hurt you are that your spouse does not wish to be married to you anymore (evidenced by either actions or words), take a deep breath and pay close attention...
Don't File Your Divorce as An Airhead - Do you know how much your mortgage payment is each month? Do you know what bank holds your mortgage? Is your husband's life insurance policy current and up to date? Who are the beneficiaries named on your husband's life insurance policies?...
Should You Share the Same Home While Getting a Divorce? - "Should I move out?" I hear this often from those contemplating divorce. Typically, it's the husband asking and he is initiating the divorce. He is worried about giving up his interest in the house, and the right to return...
Planning Considerations of Divorcing Couples - While divorce is certainly a time of emotional turmoil, it's a time of financial upheaval as well. The financial change brought about by divorce can be particularly devastating to families with children and to older couples who have assigned the career duties to one spouse and the homemaking duties to the other...
10 Things You Need To Do If Divorce Is Imminent - As you realize that a divorce is imminent, you will undoubtedly spend lots of time researching, collecting documents, interviewing attorneys, etc. Even though these activities take up much of your time, you must remember to put your children first...
Top 8 Arguments That Don't Work in Family Court! The Judges Have Heard it a Million Times Before! - This argument typically does not work because the judges have heard it a million times before. This argument is based on rank speculation. If the judge did not allow visitation solely based on an unsubstantiated allegation of hypothetical child kidnapping then it would be too easy to deprive a person of visitation...
Negotiation Tip: Patience and Persistence Are Your Hidden Strengths - Patience and persistence are two of the most effective weapons in your negotiation arsenal. Winning negotiators know that by staying calm, determined, and focused they gain advantage that translates into favorable deals...
A Common Sense Approach - A case could be lost because of the arrogance of a client. A single statement that appeared false would destroy a client's credibility and taint their entire testimony. A spouse who testified as confident and reasonable in court would wipe away all the months of outrageous behavior they displayed throughout the divorce...
You're Not Finished Yet: Fifteen Post-Divorce Tasks You Can't Blow Off - What does it mean to get a final judgment of divorce. It means that you have a legal document that says that you are no longer married. Moreover, it means that there is a bunch of details to attend to make sure that the terms of the judgment of divorce are carried out...
The Stages of a Divorce Process - Probably one of life's most difficult decisions is whether to end a marriage. Many people are uncertain as to whether they ultimately will pursue a divorce, but nonetheless, want to understand the process for obtaining one...
Deciding to Divorce - The most intense, heart-wrenching decision comes at the start: Should you get divorced? Much has led up to this question, including the notions of separation and divorce...
What Every Woman Needs to Know About Divorce - Are you considering divorce? I'm talking about quiet, sober consideration of a question, not the thoughts that flare up from the heated emotions that come right after an argument...
10 Tips for Breaking Impasse in Negotiations - Determine how the pecking order in the relationship is maintained regardless of who technically has more or less power in the hierarchy of the relationship...
Divorce Litigation and How to Avoid It - Caught up in the battles, in and out of the courtroom, between the team of husband and his attorney verses the team of wife and her attorney, both spouses can start to behave in a way that is seen as scheming, unreasonable, selfish, or worse...
Negotiations With Your Spouse - If you can work out a satisfactory settlement with your spouse you will have a victory. Even if you win at trial, there is a significant cost in money and emotion. In trying to work something out with your spouse, the following are some useful pointers to remember...
What Should I Do or Avoid? - Going through a divorce is a very difficult odeal. Its a time to have a good lawyer, counselor, and supporting friends. Its a time to avoid as many unecessary life changing decisions as possible although many will have to be made...
What to Expect from Divorce - If you are currently facing a divorce, you are probably wondering what to expect from the divorce process. Just as no two marriages are alike, however, no two divorces are alike or have the exact same outcome either. Predictability and divorce do not go together. Still, an experienced family law attorney will be able to give you some idea of what to expect before, during and after your divorce...
Cybersex and Divorce - Wiretapping and Interception of Your Spouse's Electronic Communication - In this modern computer age, suspecting partners attempt to prove their spouses misconduct by means of reading the electronic mail, retrieving pager messages, eavesdropping on cell phone or cordless phones, retrieving records from internet conversations in chat rooms or private cybersex chat rooms...
Quiz for the Spouse...Find the Answers Before Asking for a Divorce - Your birth certificate? Your spouse's birth certificate? Birth certificates for each child? Your marriage license or certificate? Divorce decrees or death certificates regarding any prior marriage? Records showing title to the family real estate and the cost basis adjusted for improvements and depreciation...
The Do's and Don'ts of Divorce - DON'T lie to your children with stories like "Dad is visiting relatives". Children know if you are trying to hide something, even if the purpose is honorable. DO talk to your children. Give them simple and straight-forward answers without vilifying or blaming the other parent...
Planning for Divorce - Nobody marries with the expectation of failure. Married couples never contemplate that the person they once loved could later seem to be a stranger and perhaps even an enemy. Yet, statistics paint an ugly picture. Approximately four out of 10 marriages today end in divorce...
Getting Divorced? You Have Options - Couples often find the preliminary stages of the divorce process overwhelming because of the many issues they need to consider. Among these are questions about support, asset division, and children. Reaching agreement on these issues is almost never easy, and couples are often besieged with advice from well meaning friends and family, and articles such as this...
Is It Time to See A Lawyer? - A good family law attorney can discuss the different legal options you have when you face a domestic dispute. Is divorce the answer? Is there an alternative? How should I protect myself during reconciliation attempts? A family law attorney can give you information as to your options, even if you're not sure about divorce...
The Matrimonial Action: An Introductory Tour - When the parties cannot agree to settle their marital dispute, the next step is for the court to resolve the issues. This is known as a contested action. Each case necessarily differs on its facts but the following outline illustrates the process...
The ABC's of Divorce - When a client enters a divorce lawyer's office for the first time, the client's natural tendency is to ask about what he or she wants to know. The client should, instead, first learn what the client needs to know. Remember: divorce is usually backwards...
What Makes Divorces Go Bad - If you are reading this article, you have probably decided that you are moving in the direction of getting divorced. Maybe the decision is yours, maybe it is your spouse's, or maybe your reached the decision mutually...
What You Need to Know About Divorce Law - People approaching divorce are often surprised by the deficiency of clear rules. People ask their lawyers, '' How much alimony do I have to pay?'' ''How much child support will I owe'' How long I will have to pay '' " How much of my pension does she get..."
Seven Myths of Divorce - There are many stereotypes about divorce that receive a lot of attention in the media but can be quite harmful to both women and men. Here are some of them, contrasted with what recent sociological and psychological studies tell us...
Separation Means True Separation - Question: I'm currently living with my wife while I look for another place to live. (We plan ultimately to divorce.) I understand that there needs to be a period of separation before the courts grant a divorce. Is there a legal definition of "separation"which I should be aware of...
Civilized Divorce - Few divorcing couples realize that there is a wide range of options to choose among for getting the necessary professional help in a divorce. At one end of the spectrum are those couples who can do it all themselves ("in propria persona," in legal terms)...
Separation Agreement FAQs - A separation agreement is a contract between a husband and a wife. It generally resolves all issues relating to child custody, child support, division of property, and alimony. A separation agreement must be in writing, signed by both parties, and notarized...
FAQs About Dissolution of Marriage - A dissolution of marriage is a non-adversarial, "no-fault," legal proceeding to terminate a marriage. The parties file a joint petition with the court, requesting that the court review and approve the agreement that they have entered into, which agreement has resolved all relevant issues such as division of property, allocation of marital debt, allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, etc., and that the court terminate their marriage. All of the issues must be resolved or the dissolution procedure cannot be used...
A Primer for Divorce - Talking it out: Try and sit down with your spouse to discuss your marital problems. Even if they raise their voice, don't succumb to the urge of screaming back. Keep control of the situation...
The Process of Divorce - The process begins by an attorney for one party writing a letter of introduction to the other spouse advising them that they have been retained to commence divorce proceedings and suggesting and asking for the name of that spouse's counsel. Too many participants ignore that letter which then requires the plaintiff, the moving party, to serve a Summons and Complaint via the Sheriff's office upon the other spouse...
Divorce or Separation- the Big? - Many persons ask their therapist or divorce attorney whether they should divorce now or separate and divorce later. From a legal perspective it is usually best to commence divorce proceedings rather than separate. If the marriage is irretrievably broken a separation postpones the inevitable. A separation, by its nature cannot compel an unwilling spouse to provide financial information, divide assets, allocate debts or pay support...


   
NO-FAULT DIVORCE – All jurisdictions now have no-fault divorce statutes. No-fault divorce statutes do not require showing spousal misconduct. In these actions, the court must only find 1) that the relationship is no longer viable, 2) that irreconcilable differences have caused an irremediable breakdown of the marriage, 3) that discord or conflict of personalities have destroyed the marital relationship and prevents any reasonable possibility of reconciliation, or 4) that the marriage is irretrievably broken.
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