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Before Divorce

Dec 17, 2012 by

You are beginning to consider or are contemplating divorce, or you want to learn more about what is involved, what the laws are in your state, how much it costs, how it will affect your family, whether or not you need one, or how to get started. Divorce 101 Articles Q&A’s Find Local Resources Divorce 101 How to Divorce Going through a divorce is never a pleasant experience, but if you have a clear understanding of the procedure, it can be a new beginning for...

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Start Your Divorce

Dec 11, 2012 by

Starting your divorce means understanding the rules of the divorce procedure according to the state you live in. You will have important decisions to make and will need to understand how the process works. Fortunately, there are several ways you can get started and divorce your spouse without completely losing your assets in the process. You can locate a qualified divorce lawyer in your area that is familiar with the laws where you reside, or skip the lawyer and initiate your divorce at...

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Before a Divorce Articles

Aug 8, 2012 by

Preparing for a divorce is a big job. There are many things to be done before you initiate divorce proceedings, including gathering documents, researching the legal issues and exploring your options. You may need to find a divorce attorney or brush up on divorce laws. You will need to take control of your divorce right from the beginning in order to protect your finances and maintain your lifestyle. The more prepared you are for your divorce, the smoother the whole process will be. Here are...

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Dividing Real Estate in Your Divorce

Aug 8, 2012 by

Initiating a divorce is always a difficult decision and an even more difficult process to navigate and complete. One of the most contested portions of any divorce process can be the classification and division of marital property, especially real estate. In most states, the court requires all property to be classified as either separate or community, with the community property being divided equitably. There are many states in the U.S. which have divorce laws that require the equitable...

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Easy Divorce Education

Aug 8, 2012 by

Getting divorced is one thing, doing it without creating a legal and financial disaster for yourself is another. Since all divorces are basically civil lawsuits, they must be pursued in court according to the rules of the state you live in. Because the divorce laws vary from state to state, it is always a good idea to at least consult a divorce attorney before taking the plunge on your own. If you do decide to obtain legal representation in your divorce case, you will still need to understand...

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The Divorce Process

Aug 8, 2012 by

It can be a good idea to make sure you know the basic facts about getting a divorce before you jump in and make decisions that could create a legal and financial disaster for yourself. What many people don’t understand is that divorces are basically civil lawsuits, and must be pursued in court according to the rules of the state you live in. The divorce laws vary from state to state, and it is always a good idea to at least consult a divorce attorney before taking the plunge on your own....

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Divorce information by State

Aug 8, 2012 by

It is important to learn as much as you can about divorce laws before you start making decisions that will affect your future. Navigating the maze of divorce laws can be a bit confusing for the average person though .  Alabama Illinois Montana Rhode Island Alaska Indiana Nebraska South Carolina Arizona Iowa Nevada South Dakota Arkansas Kansas New Hampshire Tennessee California Kentucky New Jersey Texas Colorado Louisiana New Mexico Utah Connecticut Maine New...

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Friendly Divorces

Aug 8, 2012 by

According to a story recently published in The Arizona Republic, a growing number of couples are now seeking divorces through mediation or collaboration instead of in a courtroom. The result is cheaper and faster divorces that do not automatically turn spouses into enemies. Many couples facing uncontested divorces are choosing to handle the paperwork with the help of do-it-yourself online divorce services, and negotiating the terms outside the courtroom on their own. Agreements reached with a...

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Online Resources

Aug 8, 2012 by

The online resources listed below offer divorce information in the areas surrounding divorce. Many of these related resources can cover areas such as child custody, alimony, child support, counseling, mediation and many other areas realted to the process of divorce. Please be advised that the information below and the links listed by third parties are not necessarily endorsed by divorce.com and its partners. They are just resources similar to our site that perhaps can help you get the...

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About getting a divorce

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I am married to a U.S citizen and I am Filipino. After our wedding last 2004, he left for the states (GA) and up to now i haven’t seen him in person for almost 6 years now. We do not have a divorce in Philippines, can i file a divorce online? State:  Georgia Answer:  Maybe. Even though divorce is not recognized under Philippine laws, divorce decrees secured outside the Philippines are recognized in certain instances. You...

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I want to known what’s the price for a quick divorce – no fault

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I want to known what’s the price for a quit divorce, also how quick is the process, I’m figuring a no fault? State:  Mississippi Answer:  Without knowing more about your specific divorce case, it is hard to establish a “price range.” If you are looking at completing an uncontested, no-fault Mississippi divorce, it could be quick and inexpensive. Mississippi does allow do-it-yourself and online divorce...

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How can one get a cheap divorce? We have no children.

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  HOW CAN YOU GET A CHEAP DIVORCE? (THERE ARE NO CHIDREN INVOLVED OR ANYTHING) (TX) State:  Texas Answer:  The least expensive way to get a divorce in your home state of Texas is to gather, prepare and file your own divorce paperwork with the court. If you and your spouse agree on the basic terms of the divorce and (as you said) there are no children or complicated issues involved, you should be able to wrap up the whole affiar...

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Child custody and Alimony

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  My husband and I been married for 4 years. We have 3 kids. a newborn and 6years old twins. Being the mother and not working will I get custody of the kids and will I get any alimony from him in California? State:  California Answer:  It would be difficult to guess exactly what the custody and support decsions of the court will be, but without knowing the specifics of your case it does sound like you’d probably qualify for...

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What percentage of my husbands income would he pay for child support?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  What percentage of my husband’s income would he have to pay for child support? State:  Texas Answer:  Child support in Texas can be estimated fairly accurately using any one of a number of “calculators.” They can be found easily enough with an online search. Basically, they all total up existing household incomes and expenses to come up with a base subtotal figure. The amount of child support is then figured...

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Child support in NY

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  We are above average wage earners, my wife, the likely custodial parent makes 250,000 while I earn 240,000 per year. We have 2 children 7 and 4 years old. We live in a district with an excellent public school system. What is a my fair share share of child support? I understand that beyond 25% of 80,000, the judge has discretion. What is typical? Thankyou. State:  New York Answer:  The New York State Office of Temporary and...

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My husband vanished without a trace. How do I go about a divorce?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  My husband left me in 2006, without saying a word. I have not heard from him since, it’s like he vanished without a trace. How do I go about a divorce? State:  North Carolina Answer:  In North Carolina (and most states) abandonment is not much of an obstacle to divorce. Since North Carolina is a “no-fault divorce” state, there are two grounds for divorce that apply to your case: separation for 12 months or...

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How do you get a divorce from your husband when you don’t know where he is?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  How do you get a divorce from your husband when you don’t know where he is and haven’t seen him in over15yrs and there are no children between us or anything to split? (FL) State:  Florida Answer:  Florida is a no-fault divorce state and you can simply file for a divorce by stating that the marriage is irretrievably “broken” and that there is no chance of reconciliation. Without children or a large...

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How can I find out if someone is divorced?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  How can I find out if someone is divorced? (IL) State:  Illinois Answer:  If you are trying to find out if someone you are not related to is divorced or not, you will have to know the county and court in which that person got divorced in. If you don’t know which court to search, you can hire an online records search company to perform the search for you. The cost of the online search service will probably be less than the...

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I am a bed bound person and want to file for divorce but do not have the money to do so.

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  I am a bed bound person and want to file for divorce but do not have the money to do so. Is there something I can do to find a easier way? State:  North Carolina Answer:  North Carolina law will allow a No-Fault divorce based on the grounds of living separate and apart for at least one year continuously. That would be the simplest divorce process you could execute. The least expensive method would be to complete and file your...

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