Legal Advice for Divorce Decree — 141 results
Written by attorney Monte Snyder, about 5 years ago.
Dissolution is Ohio's form of a "no fault divorce." Unlike a divorce, a Dissolution does not include any "grounds" which must be proved to obtain the Dissolution Decree. That is, one... more
Written by attorney Curtis Romanowski, about 2 years ago.
Q. If we can't work things out, should we stay together for the sake of our children?
A. Divorces occur for different reasons. Some people have just grown apart. Others can't argue or make... more
Written by attorney Mark L Tseselsky, almost 2 years ago.
Spousal support is designed to allow both ex-spouses to maintain the same living standard as they enjoyed during their marriage. It is also designed to help the supported spouse (the spouse... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Feulner, about 5 years ago.
Determine Separation Factors If you are going to legally separate, it is a good idea to determine what factors to include in your Separation Agreement. This would be factors such as child... more
Written by attorney Marissa Balius-Uribe, almost 3 years ago.
Tying Up the Loose Ends After the Divorce
Many divorced couples in Texas make it through the divorce process only to find that there is still work to be done to protect themselves and the... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Haupt, almost 3 years ago.
Handling a marital home in a divorce can be a tricky issue given today's real estate market. This guide offers some brief steps you should look to include in a divorce decree with regards... more
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 6 years ago.
Alimony termination occurs either when a former spouse dies or when the court orders alimony to end (as stated in the divorce decree). In many states, alimony may also terminate when the... more
Written by attorney Brian Arnold, about 3 years ago.
What is a divorce modification? This is when you have a significant change in circumstances that justify certain changes in your divorce decree. Some things you often see is changes in;... more
Written by attorney Todd Kotler, almost 3 years ago.
Very few people are experienced with going through a divorce.The following is a general description of the divorce process.Please continue to ask about anything and everything you do not... more
Written by attorney Merlinus Monroe, over 2 years ago.
Often in modern society, it seems a truism to the layperson that antenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, termed "prenups" are a given. However, that isn't necessarily the case, and Georgia... more