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The Psychological and Emotional Distress of a Divorce

There is more to divorce than the actual legal proceedings, initiated by a Las Vegas divorce lawyer, to end the marriage. Often one party experiences, or both parties experience, a wide range of psychological and emotional responses that tend to reflect how each party...

Six Signs Your Marriage Is at an End

Deciding that your marriage is over is one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever face. Many couples who need to put an end to their relationship hesitate to do so, fearful of the future and unsure whether the relationship might still be saved. Divorce attorneys have...

Social Media Shaping the Marriage & Divorce Landscape

Social media has greatly changed the way we communicate and keep in touch. Like any form of communication, social media has its benefits and disadvantages. One drawback Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites have is their impact on our relationships. Recent...

Protecting Your Immigration Status in Divorce

Divorce is a highly stressful time, and doubly so if you’re a non-U.S. resident living here because you married a citizen of the U.S., as it can affect your ability to live here legally. In divorces involving non-U.S. residents, obtaining the services of a skilled...

Seven Dos and Don’ts in Divorce Court

Divorce is fraught with extreme emotions, and it’s easy to get caught up in anger or sorrow related to the dissolution of your marriage. However, in divorce court proceedings, it’s important to keep your feelings in check, and show proper respect for the judge and the...

Military Divorce vs. Civilian Divorce: The Big Differences

Military personnel and their spouses undergoing a divorce have a few more legal matters to consider than their civilian counterparts, as divorces involving servicemen and women are governed by both state and federal laws. Working with an experienced military divorce...

10 Important Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

When going through a divorce, one of the keys to walking away with a favorable outcome is preparation. A big element involved in this process is hiring the right kind of legal representation to handle your case—and that’s what far too many people fail to do. A lot of...

What You Need to Know About Spousal Support and Taxes

When someone is going through divorce proceedings, they usually have enough on their mind so that taxes are not something they spend much time thinking about. However, if your divorce settlement involves one partner paying the other spousal support (a.k.a. alimony),...