Month: January 2020

Mother explaining issues to child

Maintaining Privacy During Divorce

When someone consults an attorney about getting a divorce, anything that person tells the attorney is private and protected by the attorney-client privilege. However, any written document that is filed with the court is open to the public and readily discoverable by anyone, stranger or friend. In a Collaborative Divorce, your privacy is protected during the […]
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Divorce Options- Four Ways to Divorce

Once a couple has made the decision to divorce, they have different options available. Which way that they go totally depends on their own personal situation. The Do-It-Yourself-Divorce A do-it-yourself-divorce is also known as the “kitchen table divorce.” The divorcing couple does all the paperwork themselves and files the documents with the court. This may work when […]
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