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Divorce Basics--A short primer

What is the difference between a divorce and a dissolution of marriage? Divorce and annulment?

Dissolution in Ohio is simply an uncontested, non-adversarial divorce.  With divorce versus annulment, in a divorce the marriage is coming to an end.  314 more words

Is the money I inherited in danger if I get divorced?

Who should read:  You have inherited or are about to inherit assets;  You are married or about to get married; You are considering divorce;  You know someone who might benefit from this… 569 more words


Mediation, What Happens After the Process?

By:  Gregory L. Grossman, Esq.

Often times during both pre and post judgment, parties are ordered to appear for mediation.   Mediation is a process whereby the parties appear, either with their counsel or alone, with a third-party who helps facilitate a resolution to the parties issues and/or case.    339 more words

Equitable Distribution in New York Divorce Cases

Gordon Burrows has over thirty years of experience handling matrimonial and family law cases. In that time, Gordon Burrows has established case law in a variety of matters, including those related to equitable distribution of assets. 277 more words

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Going Pro Se in an Attorney's World - 5 Things to Remember at Settlement

Going pro se or representing yourself in a divorce is not for everyone.  Family law is a division of the Judicial Branch that is not governed like criminal law.  1,566 more words

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