4 Ways to Terminate a Marriage

4 Ways to Terminate a Marriage

When walking down the aisle on that big wedding day, the thought of things not working out is not likely to cross your mind. Unfortunately, marriage can be an extremely complex and difficult walk and things do not always go as planned. Regardless of the reason, there...
Annulment Vs. Divorce – Which to Pursue

Annulment Vs. Divorce – Which to Pursue

There are many reasons a marriage may not work out; when both parties have decided to end their marriage, it is important to take the appropriate legal steps to formally terminate the relationship. There are two ways to legally end a marriage: annulment and divorce....
Community Property Explained

Community Property Explained

When couples get married, they take vows and make promises to be there for each other through sickness and in health, and for richer or for poorer. As a married couple, they become one unit in the eyes of the court. Because of this, their individual property, money,...
Types of Family Law

Types of Family Law

Family law is the legal category that deals with matters related to children, including divorce and child custody. Specifically, there are several types of family law and the following are some of them: Divorce and Separation Mediation and Arbitration Child Custody...
Types of Family Court Cases

Types of Family Court Cases

When a case goes to family court, the matter is personal and emotional. These cases usually involve marriages and children, which can have serious consequences for both parties involved. Though family court may not be an easy process, it is important that you know...
Is Getting A Divorce Expensive?

Is Getting A Divorce Expensive?

Getting a divorce can be an extremely overwhelming process. It is physically, emotionally, and often financially draining. While every divorce is different with many factors that go into fees and other expenses, you can guarantee there will be some level of cost...
Case Dismissed! How and Why?

Case Dismissed! How and Why?

When someone commits a crime, usually, they wish they could take the entire situation back. However, the court system is put in place to hold someone accountable for those alleged crimes. It may seem impossible, but there are certain specific instances in which a...