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What is an uncontested divorce hearing?

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An uncontested divorce hearing is what it sounds like: an agreement between the two parties that they should get divorced. If both sides agree to a divorce, then there will be no need for a trial or contested hearings of any sort. The court grants them what’s called “divorce by…

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What is the Purpose of Divorce Mediation?

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Divorce mediation is when divorcing partners meet with an appropriately trained, impartial third party to explore and address typical divorce-associated concerns. Mediation usually is less distressing and less costly than a divorce trial, and it moves much more quickly. In addition, since you and your partner have the last word…

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How to Have an Amicable Divorce

How to Prepare For Divorce

An amicable divorce is defined as a no-contest or uncontested divorce. Although many do not believe in such a thing, it exists and fits well in the right situations. An amicable divorce can include agreements on visitation, child custody, spousal support, property division, child care, among other things. After reaching…

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Dissolution Of Marriage in Washington

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Dissolution of a marriage, also called divorce, is the formal, legal termination of a marriage by a judge. A dissolution of marriage ends your legal status as husband and wife. A divorce, unlike an annulment, does not “delete” the union as though it never existed. Instead, it is a legal…

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What Can You Not Do During Divorce?

What Can a Wife Claim in Divorce?

Emotions can run high during a divorce. You may be tempted to lash out at your soon-to-be-ex and exact vengeance for any perceived wrongdoings. Most experienced attorneys would advise that this is not a good idea. During a divorce, there are certain things you should never do. Are you filing…

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What Can a Wife Claim in Divorce?

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There are a few different ways to resolve your divorce in the United States, whether you wish to divorce or dissolve your civil union. You can settle your divorce by deciding to pay the other a lump sum of money, split matrimonial properties, or pay continuing spousal maintenance payments if…

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