Divorce DON'TS! After dedicating our careers to working on family law cases for decades, we've come up with some of the biggest pitfalls and things to avoid during your divorce.
In some cases, you can work with your partner and your lawyers to come to an agreement about your divorce case including deciding outcomes about child custody, splitting assets, etc. Going through the court system is not always necessary. Each state is different, so be sure to look into Collaborative Law for your particular state.
This is a common question, and a difficult one to answer because every case is different. The short answer is, the more you agree on going into the divorce, the more quickly we can come to a resolution. In this video we'll talk about how long you can expect a divorce to last, as well as tips for reaching a resolution quickly.
Many times, clients are concerned about appearing at court for hearings in their temporary orders case, and rightfully so. The unknown, especially when the stakes are high and personal, is intimidating. The first thing you should understand about temporary orders is what happens behind the scenes and prior to the actual court hearing.