A Guide To Getting A Divorce

Studies indicate that as many as 50% of marriages end in divorce. You are not alone if you see the wheels falling off of your marriage and believe that a divorce is imminent. Divorce attorneys in your area will be able to assist you with legal help, but it is critical that you also learn the process and how to get the most out of it. To that end, keep these guidelines below in mind and use them in order to survive your divorce and move onto the next stage of your life. Read More 

How Do You File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

If you have a loved one that dies due to the negligence or fault of someone else, you might be able to sue them. This is called a wrongful death lawsuit as it relates to the actions or non-actions of someone that led to their death, as opposed to an accidental death or natural death. Here are some things to know about filing a wrongful death lawsuit. What situations qualify for a wrongful death lawsuit? Read More 

Tips For Getting The House In Your Divorce When Spouse Also Wants It

During your divorce, you will have to divide up everything you own. While this can be easy in some cases, it can be quite difficult in others. If you and your spouse are currently fighting over the house, there may be a few things you can do that will help you get this large asset in your divorce. Here are several things to know as you fight to keep your home. Read More 

A Few Questions Concerning Probate Court Answered

Overseeing the final affairs of a loved one can be an unpleasant experience for anyone to go through. For those that have limited experience with this task, it is important to note that it will likely be necessary for the will to be processed by the probate court. For those that have never been through this process, it can be easy to be intimidated, but learning the answers to a couple of fairly common questions may help to provide you with a more thorough understanding about this part of the process. Read More 

Three Practical Steps To Make Your Trial Separation Less Of A Mess

If you and your spouse have agreed to a trial separation, you're likely preoccupied with deciding just how you want the separation to turn out. That's understandable, but don't let the emotional and philosophical considerations get in the way of the practical issues that go along with a trial separation. If you ignore the practical side, your separation could end up being messy and distressing, rather than the actual break you two need to decide if you want to stay together. Read More