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High net worth divorces can get complicated when it comes to property division, alimony, child support, and other financial aspects. Because of this added complexity, …
A divorce trial is what happens when spouses cannot agree on some or any of the issues in their divorce. If you can’t resolve all of the issues in your case, the judge decides for you at the trial.
The Resolution Plan Date is not a hearing in front of a judge. It’s a meeting with Family Relations where they triage your case to evaluate the possibility of an amicable resolution …
One of the questions that come up in family law cases is: What is a Motion for Continuance? In the majority of litigated divorces, there is at least one Motion for Continuance filed.
In financially complex, high-asset divorces, all money-related aspects—specifically alimony, child support, and property division—can be tricky.
Kelly Clarkson has been in the news for seeking a bifurcation in her divorce. But what does it mean to bifurcate your divorce? We’ve told you before that prenups aren’t just for celebrities …
The financial affidavit is one of the main, and most important, documents in a Connecticut divorce. We use them in every type of divorce: litigated, collaborative, and mediated.
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