Our divorce blog is devoted to enlightening those people contemplating or experiencing divorce.
Divorce Find Weblog - our divorce blog began on January 3rd, 2006 and is updated daily with new posts from our team of editors and other contributing divorce professionals. Each post will address unique divorce issues in several categories like child custody, visitation, support, property division, and alimony.Recent Weblog Posts
1.Child Support, College Tuition and College Expenses
2. The "Cooling Down" Period of Your Divorce
3. Establishing the Cut-off Date in Divorce
4. Domestic Violence in the U.S.
5. Denying Visitation
6. Doing Your Own Divorce Without a Lawyer
7. Recognition of New Spouse's Income
8. I Want a Divorce But I Can't Find My Spouse
9. Suing an Active Military Spouse for Support
10. Finding a New Divorce Lawyer
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Divorce Support - one of the oldest divorce sites on the internet that has recently been re-designed. The site has a focus on state specific information along with a very supportive atmosphere in a collection of interactive divorce support forums. Many people use the divorce support forums to share questions and answers with one another.
Online Divorce - getting a divorce online has become more and more popular because people are realizing how much money can be saved in unnecessary lawyer fees. If you and your spouse are wiling to divorce in an uncontested fashion, this option may be perfect for you.
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