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How to Replace Your Existing Divorce Attorney

How to Replace Your Existing Divorce Attorney

Just like in the medical field, you can hire a second lawyer to give you a second opinion about what is going on in your divorce case, and whether new legal counsel might be appropriate. Remember that just because the court has ruled against you, or the case is not going exactly the way you want it to, does not mean your lawyer is doing a poor Job or needs to be replaced.

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6 Things Divorce Lawyers Will Never Tell You (Part 2)

6 Things Divorce Lawyers Will Never Tell You (Part 2)

Many people think there are dozens of decisions to make in a divorce and that all of the marital assets are “up for grabs” in the divorce process. That is not true. While people picture a 100-yard football field, what we are really dealing with in most divorces is a 10-yard football field. The process is much more narrow and straightforward than most people realize.

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Talking to Your Spouse About Divorce

Talking to Your Spouse About Divorce

Unless you are dealing with a situation involving physical or emotional abuse, not discussing your divorce prior to filing creates significant hurdles to effecting an efficient and fair resolution of your divorce case.

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Where to File Your Divorce Case

Where to File Your Divorce Case

Where your divorce case is filed is usually a straightforward question. The majority of divorcing couples live in the same city and often in the same county and so where the case is filed will not be contested. It will be filed, of course, in the city and county where the parties reside.

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