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August 2016 Archives

Should you date while going through divorce?

You've served the petition and everyone is aware that the marriage is ending. But it can be weeks or months before the divorce is finalized, especially if both people involved don't agree on all the details. So, is it safe to hit up a dating site or say yes to that blind date your well-meaning friend has been badgering you about?

Can you record conversations?

When you're going through a high-asset divorce, there may be many times when your ex says one thing to you in private and then says something completely different in court. It's common for people to say they are going to agree to certain divorce terms initially, only to change their minds later on. It's also possible that your ex might disclose something in a private conversation, such as hidden assets.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and custody battles

For member's of the military, going through a divorce can present unique challenges, specifically complicating issues of custody. Those undergoing a divorce while serving will want to familiarize themselves with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, which offers some specific protections and provisions for the brave men and women of the United States Military.

Relocating with children

It's common for parents to want to move before the new school year gets started so that the children don't have to worry about being pulled out mid-year. However, it's not a good idea to wait to the last second, or month, before. Here's why.