Years ago, divorces were all handled pretty much the same way. A divorce may have been contentious or amicable, but the legal procedures didn't vary too much. Now, there are choices. These choices allow for greater flexibility in choosing the amount of money spent, the amount of time spent, the emotional energy required, and the type/level of analysis of the assets and debts of the couple. … [Read more...] about The 4 Ways to Divorce
If you have a family law case that is going to be heard before a jury, it may be helpful to understand which issues will be decided by the judge, and which will be decided by the jury. The Jury can determine: Fault in the breakup of the marriage- a finding of fault is taken into consideration when it is time for the split of the property. Characterization of property- whether certain … [Read more...] about Judge & Jury in a Family Law Case… Who Decides What?