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The Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorces
An uncontested divorce can have advantages for many divorcing couples, saving time and money.
Kenneth A. Friedman Bio
Kenneth A. Friedman, short biography
Peaceful Divorce in Tough Economic Times
Divorce doesn't have to be a contested, expensive and drawn out process. Many folks can get an uncontested divorce with an agreement
When do I need a divorce or family law attorney?
When do I need a divorce or family law attorney?
"Legally Separated?"
The only requirements to be legally separated in North Carolina is that one of the spouses moves out of the martial residence and at least one of the spouses has the intent to end the marriage. That's it!
How To Prove Adultery In New Hampshire
How To Prove Adultery In New Hampshire
When Child Custody Battles Cross the International Line
Child custody disputes are emotionally taxing on the parties involved. Sadly, child abductions across state and international borders happen far too often during child custody matters.
Prospect of Marriages Lasting into the Golden Years Not Panning Out
Later-in-life Divorces on the Rise: An increasing number of divorces occur for those aged 50 and over in the United States. The cause for the growing number of older, married couples severing ties varies.
A Few Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Pursuing a Texas Divorce
This blog article addresses some common mistakes made during the course of a divorce and how to avoid them.
Requirements for Enforceable Prenuptial Agreements in Texas
Premarital agreements (also known as prenuptial agreements) provide a predictable mechanism for couples contemplating marriage to contract around Texas community property law
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