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For years, there were only two ways you could end a marriage — by settling the divorce through the use of two different attorneys or by taking the case to court to hash out the issues before a judge. In … Continue reading

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Most people have heard of a divorce decree, but they may not know what it actually is. If you are going through a divorce, you probably know that getting your divorce decree is the last step in finalizing the process. … Continue reading

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In recent years, divorcing by means of alternative dispute resolution has become rather popular. Both mediated and collaborative divorces have been the choice of many couples who are looking to get a divorce, rather than using the traditional litigation process. … Continue reading

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In today’s world, there is more than one way to do almost everything, including getting a divorce. Historically, most divorces were litigated, meaning they were settled in court by a judge, rather than between the parties themselves. These days, more … Continue reading

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