No matter where you live in the United States or where you got married, you can legally divorce. The only thing that could stop you is if your marriage was not legal in the country you were in. Unfortunately, getting a divorce after being married in another country is a sticky situation. Here's everything you need to know about dissolving a marriage that happened outside of the United States. Length of Time in a Country
2 August 2016
Are you hurting your case for child custody? Don't answer no, too quickly. You might be surprised to learn that there are a number of seemingly innocent mistakes that many parents make that can have a devastating affect on their case for custody. Make certain you aren't falling victim to one of these costly mistakes. Arguing With Your Spouse If your child custody case is the result of a divorce, emotions are probably high.
29 April 2016
One contentious issue you'll need to deal with during your divorce is personal finances. It included deciding on things such as the division of property, child support, and alimony. Making a fair decision about these things can become very complicated when you feel like your spouse is hiding assets from you, or not being completely honest about their income. If your spouse fully discloses all of their finances during divorce proceedings, it will lead to a fair result on key issues.
15 February 2016