Divorce Law
Divorce Law

The dissolution of a marriage or what is commonly known as a divorce, is a court appointed ending of a once valid marriage. In these proceedings, the division of property and assets as well as the sharing of child custody is usually arranged. Following a divorce, both of the divorced parties are now legally allowed to remarry.

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No-Fault Divorce
Common citations for the need of a “no-fault” divorce include: Irreconcilable differences, Incompatibility, Irretrievable breakdown, Prolonged and permanent separation
Fault” Divorce
A“fault” divorce seeks to place blame on persons responsible for the end of the marriage. These divorces seek to assign blame, and accurately assign all assets, properties, and custody based upon these claims of blame.
Uncontested Divorce
Uncontested Divorce
It is estimated that upwards of 95% of divorces in the US are "uncontested," because the two parties are able to come to an agreement (either with or without lawyers/mediators/collaborative counsel) about the property, children and support issues. When the parties can agree and present the court with a fair and equitable agreement, approval of the divorce is almost guaranteed. If the two parties cannot come to an agreement, they may ask the court to decide how to split property, deal with children.
Collaborative Divorce
It is becoming a popular method for divorcing couples to come to agreement on divorce issues. In a collaborative divorce, the parties negotiate an agreed resolution with the assistance of attorneys who are trained in the collaborative divorce process and in mediation, and often with the assistance of a neutral financial specialist and/or divorce coach (es). The parties are empowered to make their own decisions based on their own needs and interests, but with complete information and full professional support.
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