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Filing for Divorce

Is it Easy to Get a Divorce in Utah?

In some states, you can get a divorce simply by mailing in a one-page document and paying less than $100. In 2011, ABC News reported that Bloomberg ranked all 50 states and the District of Columbia according to difficulty in getting a divorce. The easiest states to...

Grounds for Divorce

Do I Have to Pay for a Divorce if My Spouse is the Problem?

The short answer is ‘Yes.’ But, as your family practice attorney will tell you, a divorce can still be a wise financial investment. Depending on your grounds for your divorce and the terms of your divorce decree, getting a divorce may be one of the best financial...

Nancy Landrum

What are some tips for choosing a spouse and avoiding divorce?

Most people want to find someone with whom they can share the rest of their lives. But, with divorce rates constantly rising, it can be unsettling to think about marriage. No one wants to experience the pain of divorce. Luckily, some of our readers have shared some...

Co-Parenting Tips

3 Simple Co-Parenting Tips

If you are finding co-parenting to be difficult, you are not alone. Many parents find co-parenting challenging to navigate. However, keeping the child's well-being at the forefront of any co-parenting decision will offer the highest likelihood that you and your child...

Anne Marie Zanzal

How long did you grieve your divorce?

When a marriage ends, feelings of grief are understandable. The grieving process is different for everyone, but it can be helpful to hear the experiences of other people. Keep reading to hear others’ experiences and learn tips for dealing with your grief.Lisamarie...

Alimony

5 Reasons Alimony Payments Stop (And What You Can Do About It)

Alimony is the court-ordered money that a person pays to their spouse during or after a divorce. Alimony flows from the partner with the greater earning potential to the partner with little or no earning potential. In the past, alimony was a permanent payment...