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Divorce may be an everyday reality, but it does not diminish the negative impact it has on the couples and their children. Another question also needs to be answered: with whom will the children stay after...

One of the most complicated aspects of a divorce is child support. Plenty of time and resources go into discussions about property division, alimony, and financial division. Agreeing on child custody issues...

When you think of divorce in New York, your first thought is probably a dramatic courtroom battle. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. In fact, you can negotiate a settlement with your spouse privately. If...

When it comes to ending a marriage, you can choose between an annulment and a divorce. Keep in mind, however, that there are major differences between these two. An annulment declares the invalidity of...

Divorce itself is heartbreaking and there are instances when the pain and hurtful feelings from a breakup can make the process longer. When one party is using delaying tactics for whatever reason, it is...

When faced with a divorce, one of the dilemmas you face is finding the right lawyer. You don’t only need an attorney, you need the best attorney out there. This ensures that the divorce process will...

The truth is out. No matter how you both tried, you know your spousal relationship has ended. It is time to get a divorce. However, while that process is challenging, adding to the complexity is the children’s...

Sharing child custody isn’t easy, especially when it means dealing with your ex-spouse regularly. However, it is important to make joint custody work to help your child get over the divorce and to ensure...

Many people in the United States aren’t aware of the considerable number of divorces filed every year in the country. In New Mexico alone, 3.6 percent of all marriages end in a divorce. And while this...

Couples divide everything during a divorce. This means splitting finances, cars, the kids and even the pets. But what about the house? Who gets to stay and who should leave? Property-related concerns become...