Tag Archive for: dissolution

Limited Scope Representation

Limited Scope Representation What is Limited Scope Representation?  When an attorney is retained to assist a client with their legal matter in a capacity that is less than full representation then a client has limited scope representation.  For example, if a client comes in and can’t afford the flat rate fee for a full representation […]

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Estate planning after divorce

Going through a divorce or dissolution can be a tedious, time-consuming, and emotional process. Receiving the final decree can feel like a huge relief; however, there is another important thing to consider after your divorce is final. Planning for your future changes dramatically after your marriage ends. For those who already have wills, powers of […]

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Representing yourself in a divorce

Believe it or not, it is actually possible to represent yourself in your divorce proceeding. This is especially true when you and your spouse are in agreement about how to split everything. This is considered an uncontested divorce or a dissolution and is easily settled with the help of the court. It’s even simpler if […]

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The effect of divorce on a guardianship for children not born of the marriage

A couple achieves guardianship over children not born to them during the marriage. The couple decides to divorce. How does that affect the guardianship of the children? While any guardianship matter will be controlled by the guardianship agreement itself, many times the agreements are silent on what happens in divorce. Even if the guardians divorce, […]

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Forensic Accounting

Divorce is never a pleasant process – it involves a lot of emotion and a struggle to reach compromises. Many times, these heightened emotions and an increased stress level can lead to disagreements and mistrust when it comes to the family’s finances. Often times during a divorce process, there is a spouse who is less-aware […]

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Bankruptcy and Divorce

Divorce or Bankruptcy-which comes first? Unfortunately, in many circumstances divorce and bankruptcy fall hand in hand. Couples often decide to end their marriage due to financial difficulty and the question becomes should you file bankruptcy before you file for divorce or petition for dissolution or vice versa. The answer really depends on your response to the following […]

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