Should I Get a Divorce Without Having a Lawyer

Getting a Divorce Without a Lawyer Getting a divorce without a lawyer is relatively easy, if your case isn’t complicated or if the divorce is uncontested. In Arizona, for example, residents can use computers at their local courthouse to get divorce forms. In other states, the court clerk has the documents you need to file…

Protecting Your Business During a Divorce

No one gets married with the expectation of divorce, but it has become a reality for many couples. While divorces are always hard on everyone involved, it can become exponentially more difficult when one or both spouses own a business. The division of property will include the business, including its assets and revenue up until…

Tips for Choosing a Divorce Attorney

Divorces are painful. While some couples are able to resolve differences amicably, others require mediators and a good divorce attorney in order to receive a fair division of property. Choosing the right divorce attorney is important. When property, assets, custody, or alimony is an issue, a good attorney can ensure your survival. Here are a…

Divorce Decree or Creditors: Which Should You Abide By?

Divorce Decree or Creditors Whenever there is a divorce there is a divorce decree put together by the attorneys and the court which states how certain matters such as the payment of debts and child support is supposed to be handled. A divorce decree is the final order which signals the termination of the marriage….

Divorce, Annulments, and Case Law

Substantive Facts: The plaintiff and defendant were married on August 6, 1944. Shortly thereafter, on November 9, 1944, the plaintiff and defendant were involved in a car accident due to gross negligence on the part of the defendant, who owned and operated the vehicle. The following year, on June 28, 1945 the plaintiff petitioned the…