Before Divorce Questions and Answers

Dec 20, 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.

Your brother should go to the courthouse in the county where he lives and check the…

No kids, no property and a husband in jail for three years equals a divorce in…

You didn’t provide enough detail to really answer your questions here, like your…

All states are “division states” in a divorce. A handful are known as “…

If you move out with your kids before the divorce proceeding, this should not, in…

If you and your husband are able to come to an agreement about custody of your…

Something sounds a bit fishy with your husband’s offer. It could cost you more…

If your wife agrees to all issues involving division of property and debts, and she’s…

Texas recognizes common law marriage, also known as informal marriage. In order to…

You can still file for the divorce even though you do not know your husband’s…

You can file for a divorce in New York based on the grounds of abandonment, all that…

If you are voluntarily separated and there is no legal sanction in place – as would be…

New York state does not allow no-fault divorces as you probably know. “…

Your fiance’ can get divorced right there in South Carolina as long as he has been a…


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Normally, if you know where your spouse lives, a copy of the Arkansas divorce…

Washington is a community property state which means that all property and debts…

You can file for divorce right there in Kansas if you have lived there for at least 60…

Contact the court, tell them your spouse gave false testimony at the hearing and make…

Even if you and your wife have agreed that each parent will have custody of one child…

You can get a divorce in Illinois on the no-fault grounds of living separate and apart…

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