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Divorce

Practical Tips on Getting Through a Divorce

Written by Debra Schoenberg October 7, 2019 Marriage is a beautiful union until things turn sour. Marriage takes a lot of work, and sometimes things don’t go as planned and you find yourself going down a bumpy road of separation from your spouse. The divorce process is a complicated and stressful situation,
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Can You Still Get a Divorce if Your Spouse Doesn’t Sign?

Your spouse does not have to sign the papers to get a divorce in California. Your spouse may not sign your divorce papers for many reasons, from refusal to cooperate with the divorce to being unable to locate him or her. In any situation, you could proceed with your divorce even without
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Tips for Choosing the Right Divorce Lawyer

A divorce can be a very difficult legal process depending on the circumstances. With help from the right San Jose divorce lawyer, however, you can successfully navigate the twists, turns and unexpected roadblocks the dissolution of your marriage may involve. Hire a San Francisco divorce lawyer if your case involves high-value assets
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Does Marriage Counseling Actually Work?

Marriages can go sour for a multitude of reasons. Often, communication about these issues is severely lacking leading up to a divorce. When a marriage is in turmoil, two loving individuals might try to find different ways to reconnect. Date nights, sharing hobbies, and other efforts to remind each other why each
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What’s the Difference Between an Annulment and Divorce?

If you wish to legally split from your spouse, you have a few different options available to you. In California, they include separation, annulment, and divorce. Annulments and divorces are both legal degrees that end marriages. These two options have different processes and outcomes, however. A separation does not end a marriage,
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How to Move Forward After a Divorce

Divorce takes an extreme physical, financial, and emotional toll on a person. You expected to be with someone forever, but things just didn’t work out. Divorce can be painful, depressing, and hard to recover from. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case. Taking care of your physical and mental wellness
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