Joint Custody

En Español Joint custody is a family law term that refers to a child custody arrangement in which both parents share the decision-making responsibilities and physical care of the child. Joint custody arrangements are often made during divorce proceedings, in which...

No Fault Divorce

En Español A no fault divorce is one in which neither spouse blames the other for the end of the marriage. The couple seeking a no-fault divorce merely must assert that they are incompatible, or that irreconcilable differences exist between them. In a no-fault...

Legal Separation

En Español An arrangement in which a married couple lives apart but remains legally married following a court order. A couple that want to get a divorce, but needs time to work out certain financial issues, may obtain a legal separation in most states. A legal...

Contested Divorce

En Español A contested divorce is when the two parties do not agree about getting a divorce, or about the terms of the divorce. Usually the couple will disagree on matters such as child custody, financial support, and the distribution of marital assets. When these...
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