Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation Services The family
 law attorney or mediator for divorce mediation does 
not represent either one of the spouses who is going through 
the divorce, but explains the law and the result you’re 
likely to see if you can’t agree: Specifically have  the
 judge, a complete stranger, decide the case for you. It’s risky business. With divorce Read more…

Benefits Of Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation has grown in popularity for the following reasons: More control over the process Save money Privacy Faster and less time-consuming More effective communication More control over the process People are learning what lawyers have long realized – fewer than one out of ten cases are solved by a judge. Settlement is much more Read more…

Divorce Mediation – Marital Settlement Agreement – Five Issues To Consider

Divorce Mediation – Reaching A Marital Settlement Agreement When and if divorce mediation results in an agreement or settlement, known as a marital settlement agreement, the mediator has the legal power to make the agreement legally binding on both parties. In the case of family law divorce mediation, there are five issues, listed below, that you Read more…

Marriage Trouble – Divorce – Child Custody And Support Payments – Family Law

MARRIAGE TROUBLE -DIVORCE – CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS -DIVORCE LAWYERS… Despite what you might think, even the best marriages can have their share of  trouble. Going through a divorce, however, is one of the most stressful and legally complex life events a person can face. The divorce process can be highly adversarial and embodies financial, legal and highly personal family issues. Couples Read more…

All Fifty States Divorce Laws And Related Resources

DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW FOR ALL FIFTY STATES AND RELATED RESOURCES U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. As of Read more…

State Of South Dakota Divorce Law

  State Of South Dakota Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in South Dakota have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division Read more…

State Of Wisconsin Divorce Law

Wisconsin Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in Wisconsin have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state laws are repealed Read more…

State Of West Virginia Divorce Law

West Virginia Family Law And Divorce Resource   U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in West Virginia have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state Read more…

State Of Washington Divorce Laws

Washington State Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the family law courts in Washington state have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state laws Read more…

State Of Utah Divorce Law

Utah Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in Utah have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state laws are repealed and Read more…