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The manner in which parties divorce has evolved over the years. From “fault” to “no fault” to what course of direction the divorce action will take. Parties now have options that were not available that long ago.
These options include:
- Divorce Mediation
- Collaborative Practice
- Limited-Scope Representation (representation at different stages of the divorce)
- Traditional Litigation.
- Document Preparation
It is important to review all of the possible options with your attorney before making a decision to move forward with your divorce.
Divorce – Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marriage. It cancels the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage.
Paternity – Establishing paternity is the process of determining the legal father of a child.
Post-Judgement Modifications – Circumstances can change after your divorce and the law allows you to go back into court and ask that the original agreement be revised or modified.
Child Custody – Child custody refers to guardianship of a child which may include both physical custody as well as legal custody.
Child Support – Child support is a form of support payment that is often ordered when two parents are no longer living together.
Prenuptial / Post Nuptial
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