Category: Divorce

What Is A Trial?

Most divorce cases settle. Some do not. What happens if your case is one of the few that does not settle? A divorce trial. At trial both parties present their arguments as to what they want and why they are legally entitled to it. Positions are presented through testimony of the parties, introduction of documentary […]

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All I Have Is Questions

All I Have Is Questions

You don’t know what you don’t know. This can be a problem when getting a divorce.  Often there is one person in the marriage who knows the majority (if not all) of the parties’ financial information and there is one person who knows none of it. Interestingly, it is not always the primary wage earner […]

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Timeline of Your Divorce

Timeline of Your Divorce

How long is my divorce going to take? Often this is the first question posed by clients. It’s understandable that once the decision is made that clients want to be divorced as soon as possible. The answer to the question is: It depends. Parties who have settled all of their issues and entered into a […]

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Grandparent Visitation Rights

Grandparent Visitation Rights

When parents divorce and have to make custody decisions, it can be difficult to fully agree on the arrangements for the children. It can be even more challenging when trying to factor in time to be spent with grandparents. While it can be assumed that a child will visit their grandparents when they’re with the […]

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Divorced Parents: How to Pay for College

Divorced Parents: How to Pay for College

In a divorce case, every aspect of the children’s lives has to be considered when making agreements on how to proceed with care. This even extends to how to provide for children who are on their way to college and need the financial assistance of their parents. Generally, parents rely on the marital settlement argument […]

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How Do I Get A Divorce?

How Do I Get A Divorce?

No one gets married with the intention of getting a divorce. A couple who is planning a wedding can spend months searching for the right venue, the right dress, the right color scheme, the right caterer and more. When someone decides they need a divorce it’s a very different situation – it’s not joyous and […]

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Relocating Custody

Relocating Custody

A custody agreement has many rules to follow for both parents to ensure that the child/ren have the best living environment possible. This arrangement may also have stipulations for parents that wish to move to a new location. Before a parent who wishes to move out of state with the child/ren, they must abide by […]

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Can I Keep My Home?

Can I Keep My Home?

The largest asset most people own is their home. Not only is it the most expensive item most people will ever purchase or own, it often is the most cherished item. After all, home is where the heart is. Unfortunately, when parties get divorced the marital home is just another asset to be divided. This […]

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Tips for Divorce Court: What You Can Expect

Tips for Divorce Court: What You Can Expect

Your experience in divorce court depends on where you are in your case. The Edens Law Group handles many kinds of divorce cases, both contested and uncontested. No matter what the case, at some point you will stand before a judge in a divorce court. Mediation and Divorce Court If you have gone through the […]

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