Advocates say the state's antiquated divorce laws can make it harder for victims to leave abusive spouses.
While there are many things you should ask your divorce lawyer, you should really also ask yourself many things such as simply "do I feel good about him or her."
Virtually the only peep of dissent over the divorce law came from the Catholic newspaper Avvenire, which called it "a devastating
The bill, originally filed in early 2013, was sponsored by State Sen. Richard Ross (R) on behalf his constituent Wrentham
Although most people remember to ask a divorce lawyer how much they charge per hour and how much experience they have with divorce cases, there is something even more critical that you should find out as early as possible:
Most states uphold what is called an equitable distribution of assets, which insures that both spouses receive a certain portion of the marital home unless otherwise stated in the court documents.
While some couples are able to pick-up and move forward after infidelity. Other marriages however, are not able to withstand unfaithful behavior and unfortunately, divorce is the only option.
Where you divorce matters. Each state has its own unique rules governing the allocation of assets during the divorce process, and these rules can vary significantly.
As part of my (self appointed) role as a stay-out-of-court divorce planner, I've recently returned from New York City's first ever Divorce Expo, where I was making contact with like-minded professionals in one of the most adversarial cities in the USA.
Let's be honest: divorcing your spouse can be a strange, bewildering experience. But hey, it could be weirder. The cities
Dave Camp absolutely has the power to deal with the actions of his employee, Aharon Friedman. If he wanted to, he could fire him today.