Military Divorces

A significant number of marriages to military personnel end in divorce. About 7.2 percent of military women reported a divorce in fiscal year 2013, according to Department of Defense (DoD) data. The overall divorce rate among men and women was…

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If you’re going through a divorce, many people could get involved and provide you support.  You hire an attorney and you work with the law firm’s staff.  You’ll be able to rely on family and friends. Many people will care…

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An annulment (also known as “nullity of marriage” or “nullity of domestic partnership”) is when the court deems your marriage or domestic partnership as being not legally valid. Unlike a divorce, after an annulment, it’s as if your marriage or domestic…

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When facing divorce, often times the most difficult and time consuming task for the couple is determining how to divide the property and debts.  If both spouses are involved and working toward a common equitable goal, then the division can…

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