There is no denying the stress of the holidays, and it can be glaringly obvious that divorce is inevitable. While you cannot ever be 100% prepared, it is best to work on not having any regrets.
It seems with the turn of the century also came a new and more public way to file for divorce. Social media is challenging courtrooms around North America with how to deal with the privacy of divorce. Read about a recent Judges ruling.
Divorce and real estate is one of the biggest financial impacts when it comes to the process of moving on. That is why it is important to not let emotions dictate whether or not you will sell your home during or following a divorce.
Divorcing? When you look in the mirror what do you see? Learn a few options of what you can do with the feedback the mirror is giving you.
After years of being in the divorce business, I know full well that January is the most common month of the year for couples to file their divorce papers, based on how busy my office gets that time of year. In fact, one can even pinpoint the exact day.
Kris Humphries doesn’t want a penny from Kim Kardashian because he claims the marriage was a fraud. Was the marriage used to increase ratings? Was it all just a strategic business move to collect an ROI on the $17 million wedding day? Well, Kris sure thinks so, and it seems that America agrees.
The Canadian Lawyer Magazine published an article each year called the “Going Rate” on what lawyers charge for divorce and separation. The challenge with these statistics, is that they are voluntary, meaning that they are likely skewed down as lawyers are hesitant to be honest about the fees, as they can be very high. Thousands of couples are spending way more than this survey quotes. Buyer beware.