You may decide to sell your property without the consent of your spouse. When accepting an offer, you’ll need signatures from everyone on the grant deed.
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There is a moment in the life of anyone getting a divorce when reality hits home: it is really happening… I’m getting divorced.
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You’re getting divorced and you want to stay in your home without having to sell it, learn the best options for you and resolve your divorce sooner.
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Divorcing a difficult ex? When you can’t gain the cooperation of a difficult ex, let others, such as mediators and real estate agents, take on the task.
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Why should I mediate? Here are the top six reasons to choose mediation.
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Hang on during the end of your divorce as a coParent, because the ride can still get bumpy. Here’s how to protect yourself.
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Even after the big items are resolved, there are always many other miscellaneous tasks involved in a breakup. Here’s how to get through.
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During divorce, there is the phenomenon of the disappearing spouse, in which one party literally drops out of sight and stops communicating. What to do?
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In divorce or separation, there will always be some things—and people—that are beyond your control. What should you do when that happens?
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There is no magical procedure that can eliminate the pain of a breakup. But there are ways to preserve your assets and prerogatives.
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When the collaborative process functions well, a divorce team ends up saving money for coParents.
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The collaborative coach is typically a trained therapist who functions in a specific, limited capacity during the collaborative divorce process.
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A divorce doesn’t have to be an all-out war. If a courtroom conflict doesn’t appeal to you, there are other avenues to complete your divorce.
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Nationwide, almost half of all family law litigants are pro per (also referred to as pro se), meaning they represent themselves in court.
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With the exception of child custody issues, few decisions a court makes are as weighty as those regarding the marital home.
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