When you’re feeling overwhelmed by the fact that you and your partner are splitting homes, money, and possibly children, it could be hard to understand what the laws about divorce are.
Here are my top articles to get you started so you can get more clarity about the things that really matter in your life right now.
Do I HAVE to go to trial?
The answer is “no.” You can settle out of court. Find out how to make a settlement offer in this blog.
How I can get (or defend against) spousal maintenance?
If you and your ex are going to the mat over alimony (spousal maintenance), get some case strategies in this podcast.
Will I be saddled with my ex’s massive student loan debt?
It depends. Learn more about how the courts are dividing student loans in divorce.
Why medical records matter in some divorce cases.
In some divorce cases, medical records do matter, and the other side might be entitled get them.
Can I get an annulment instead of a divorce?
If you’re thinking you’d rather get an annulment vs. a divorce, read this post first.
What is sole and separate property?
Get more information about co-parenting in this type of situation.
I need creative ideas on how I can settle outside the courtroom.
If you feel like you don’t know what motivate the other party to settle, get some ideas on settlement in this post.
I don’t know how I should testify.
If you do end up going to trial in your divorce case, you’re going to want to know the do’s and don’ts of trial testimony.
I’m afraid of getting grilled by the other side while on the stand.
Learn the wrong and the right way to testify during cross-examination.
What do I need to know about my divorce judge?
In this blog post, you will get a sneak peak into the psyche of divorce judges.