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Uncontested Divorce in Oklahoma

Uncontested Divorce in Oklahoma

In an uncontested divorce, a couple agrees on both the grounds to divorce, as well as to a financial and child custody settlement. In Oklahoma, as in many other states, an uncontested divorce can proceed much more quickly than a divorce in which one or more issues are in dispute.......[Read More]
Rhode Island Divorce Attorney - What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Rhode Island Divorce Attorney - What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Are you shopping for an inexpensive divorce attorney in Rhode Island or elsewhere?Do you plan on getting a quote for an uncontested divorce?Are you certain you know what an uncontested divorce is?Make sure you know why many attorneys won't give you quotes over the telephone on an uncontested di......[Read More]
How to File for Divorce Electronically

How to File for Divorce Electronically

Filing for divorce can often be a process full of stress and paperwork. An option to somewhat ease this process is being able to file for divorce online. Filing electronically can be done in a few easy steps, including having the option of paying the fees on line.......[Read More]
Celebrate the Holidays by Resolving Family Conflict

Celebrate the Holidays by Resolving Family Conflict

Christmas is widely known as a time for love and sharing. But it is also a representation and celebration of relationships and heartfelt emotions. In the movies, we can often find the characters speaking their true feelings only because it is Christmas. And we are not just talking about love stories......[Read More]
How to File for a Divorce Online in Florida

How to File for a Divorce Online in Florida

Nowadays, you can file for a divorce online in Florida. This process saves you time, money, and headache. However, the procedure is appropriate for you as a Florida resident if your divorce is uncontested. As explained at Legal-Explanations.com, an uncontested divorce is a "divorce where either part......[Read More]
California Alimony Laws

California Alimony Laws

OverviewPixland/Pixland/Getty ImagesAlimony or spousal support is paid to one spouse by the other after a decree of divorce or legal separation. In California, spousal support may be temporary or permanent. A court determines the amount after examining several circumstances. If a spouse.........[Read More]
How to Pick a Good Lawyer

How to Pick a Good Lawyer

The choice in whether to hire a lawyer and what to consider in hiring a lawyer can initially be narrowed to five tips that will help you spend your money wisely and make your life easier. The first step is to consider whether you need a lawyer, the second is what kind of lawyer, the third is how th......[Read More]
Can a Spouse Determine the Funeral Arrangements If They Are Separated From the Deceased?

Can a Spouse Determine the Funeral Arrangements If They Are Separated From the Deceased?

A will or other legally notarized document is the best way to express your final wishes for funeral arrangements. When one does not have such a document, questions arise regarding who may have legal say to burial.......[Read More]
Purpose of Divorce Papers

Purpose of Divorce Papers

A divorce case cannot proceed absent an appropriately drafted petition served on or acknowledged by the respondent. Even a minor mistake will cause at least a delay in the case if not an outright dismissal.......[Read More]
Filing a Temporary Protective Order

Filing a Temporary Protective Order

If the threats or behavior of your spouse, ex-spouse or other current or previous domestic partner makes you fear for your safety or the safety of your children, you are eligible to file a temporary protective order, or TPO, in the state of Nevada. If a judge finds, based on your testimony or any ot......[Read More]
Fathers Rights: Support Your Man

Fathers Rights: Support Your Man

It is true that while most men need to take more action in their own cases, there are also many things that women can do that will help the process. Support is the number one way that women can help the men in their lives with their various divorce and custody issues. Supporting someone you are in a......[Read More]
How to File for Legal Separation in Wisconsin

How to File for Legal Separation in Wisconsin

A legal separation is similar to divorce in that a court rules on all the same things it would during a divorce proceeding. During a legal separation, a court may rule on child support, division of property, alimony and child custody. The only difference between a legal separation proceeding and a d......[Read More]
Why You Should Hire an Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Why You Should Hire an Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Divorce is not a good subject or a good situation to be in. If you can get it done through a mutual agreement then Uncontested Divorce is the way to go.......[Read More]
How to File for Divorce from Another Country

How to File for Divorce from Another Country

If you are traveling or working in another country and wish to file for divorce from that country, you can do so, but it may take some extra work. Divorce laws vary from state to state--make sure you understand your state's particular requirements. No matter which state you legally reside in, though......[Read More]
Divorce Records As Public Documents by Law

Divorce Records As Public Documents by Law

As mandated by law, records of people in various forms are considered as public documents. Therefore, to no surprise divorce records are obtainable by anyone so long as the requesting party has valid grounds to perform the request.......[Read More]
Forms for Filing an Emergency Divorce in Kansas

Forms for Filing an Emergency Divorce in Kansas

In Kansas, a couple must typically wait at least 60 days before a divorce case is heard. A court may waive the waiting period in certain situations, including remarriage, if one spouse plans to move elsewhere, emotional stress, domestic abuse, immigration issues or if one spouse becomes legally liab......[Read More]
Steps to a No Contest Divorce in California

Steps to a No Contest Divorce in California

California allows couples who agree on all terms to easily get a divorce.California flag image by palmer530 from Fotolia.comSome divorcing couples are able to make agreements regarding property or children on their own and just want to go to court to make the divorce legal. In California,.........[Read More]
Do it Yourself Separation Agreement

Do it Yourself Separation Agreement

The separation agreement is the document that governs the terms of a legal separation. While it is possible to draft your own agreement, this is only recommended in cases where both you and your spouse have minimal assets, agree to all the terms of the separation, and are unlikely to change your min......[Read More]
Custody Laws for Children Under the Age of 3 in Texas

Custody Laws for Children Under the Age of 3 in Texas

Child custody arrangements can be complex and difficult.Child image by Serenitie from Fotolia.comIn Texas, the standard possession order (which defines child custody and visitation unless a judge specifies otherwise) does not usually apply until age three. So custody arrangements for.........[Read More]
Missouri Legal Separation in Marriage Rights

Missouri Legal Separation in Marriage Rights

For some couples, a legal separation is a necessary means of establishing important rights and responsibilities between spouses while still maintaining a legal marital relationship. Legally separated spouses maintain different households but still have rights to property and debt obligations as well......[Read More]