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 everyone involved.

Fast Facts: Divorce Coaching
A divorce coach can help you with the mental and emotional issues that accompany divorce litigation.

Fast Facts:  Marital Settlement Agreement

The Marital Agreement should cover child custody, visitation, handling debt, paying mortgages, and spousal support.

Fast Facts: Separation Agreements
A contract between a husband and wife stating that they have agreed to separate in contemplation of divorce is a Separation Agreement.

Fast Facts: Abandonment
Abandonment is one of the rare instances where you can be granted a divorce without the consent of your spouse.

  Fast Facts: Dissolution of Marriage
Dissolution of Marriage and Divorce are often used interchangeably but this is not true in all states.

Fast Facts: Annulments
A civil annulment is when the court declares a marriage to be not valid.

Fast Facts:  Prenuptial Agreements
A prenuptial agreement or pre-nup is a contract made between a husband and wife before they get married.

Fast Facts: About Palimony
Though not a legal term, it is used to refer to a divorce-like settlement between two unmarried parties who have been living together.

Fast Facts: Grandparents’ Rights
Grandparents have rights in all states to be granted visitation or even custody of their grandchildren.

Fast Facts: Alimony
Alimony is money that is traditionally paid to the lower income spouse to help out with their cost of living.