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What Happens to a Mortgage in a Connecticut Divorce?
A home, like other marital property, must be divided upon divorce along with the associated mortgage.
Domestic Violence
Victoms of domestic violence need to recognize the warnings signs and not remain silent.
What Happens When Business Partners Divorce in Illinois?
A divorce settlement may adversely affect the future of a business, particularly when the spouses were business partners.
How Can Social Media Affect My Illinois Divorce?
We are all aware that what we post on social media may have an adverse effect on our job prospects, but few of us have likely considered the impact our posts can have on a pending divorce case.
Experts can help during Florida divorce mediation
Though the parties may choose divorce mediation to avoid a courtroom battle, the couple may need to bring in some experts into the mediation process to offer advice on issues that they have little experience in.
Divorcing over-50 Florida couples may find help in a divorce mediator
It may come as a startling statistic to married couples in Florida, but during the last 20 years, the number of divorces with at least one partner over 50 has increased nearly twofold.
In Florida, divorce mediation often involves money issues
The divorce mediation process is all about discovering the most fair division of assets so that each party can walk away feeling satisfied with the divorce settlement.
For post-holiday Florida divorces, mediation can help achieve settlement
couples can often benefit from divorce mediation, provided that they can agree to work together to iron out differences smoothly.
St. Charles Divorce Lawyer Honored for 45 Years of Legal Service
The Kane County Bar Association recognizes St. Charles divorce lawyer William F. Bochte for his 45 years of legal service and commitment to the organization.
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