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February 27, 2018

Who Keeps the Dog in a Divorce?

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A divorce can be complicated, time-consuming, and stressful for all parties involved. One of the most challenging aspects of the divorce proceeding is the division of jointly-owned assets and this includes pets. As pets are considered personal property, the law doesn’t treat them with the same consideration as it treats children so custody is awarded without much thought. The courts are under no obligation to be fair and just in their decision. Unfortunately, this can prove to be very painful for the divorcing couples as most consider their dog or pets to be members of their family and not personal property. Arguments over pet custody, visitation rights, and other such factors can extend the duration of divorce negotiations considerably. Personal
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Divorce can be a very trying time for the couple and their immediate family. Even the most amicable divorces can be challenging and cause a considerable amount of pain. Ending a long and intimate partnership can cause heartbreak, anxiety, and be traumatizing for the couple and their children. Many divorced couples struggle to transition from this phase and get back on their feet once the proceedings are done. With a little bit of planning and self-care, it is possible to get through the divorce process without being overwhelmed by it. Here are 4 ways to smoothly transition from a divorce: You have company More than 20% of first marriages end in divorce in the first five years of the relationship
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Sometimes marriage can be a burden, and divorce a cause for celebration. After going through a long and expensive legal proceeding, the separated couple has cause to enjoy their new-found freedom and peace. A Texas woman demonstrated this perfectly when she burned her wedding dress at a garage sale. It was a unique expression of freedom, a way to move forward and let go of her past. By burning the wedding dress, she burned the last remnants of her past relationship and became ready to move forward. Breaking free from the shackles of marriage Briana Barksdale, a 34-year old mother of two was officially granted a divorce on 31 January 2018 after excruciatingly long legal proceedings. When the divorce was
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February 27, 2018

4 Reasons Why Divorce is Not Revenge

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Marriage is a relationship based on love and trust. If that trust is broken and you experience partner betrayal, you feel a natural urge to take revenge. You think that filing for divorce is one way to do it, which can be a mistake. Divorce is a life-changing decision that requires careful thought and consideration. You shouldn’t take this step impulsively while being motivated by vengeance as that will only cause you more pain. Here are some reasons why divorce should never be considered revenge: It’s not just about you It isn’t easy to be level-headed and fair during a divorce. Couples suffer from feelings such as hurt and resentment. While this makes the urge to get revenge understandable, it
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January 18, 2018

Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce

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Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce   Divorce is a complicated process and a stressful time for everyone involved. It can be painful for the couple and have long-term emotional impact on the children. However, sometimes divorce is the only solution because the relationship just doesn’t work. There are two ways to handle a divorce and both of them can be challenging. Couple can choose to separate after reasonable negotiations in an amicable or they can take their argument to court and let the judge settle it. The former is called an uncontested divorce while the later is a contested divorce. Legal experts and counselors encourage people to consider uncontested divorce because they are less stressful. The parties involved will have
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January 16, 2018

Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

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Benefits of An Uncontested Divorce   Many marriages end in a divorce after couples realize that being in the relationship does more harm than good. Motivations and causes differ, but most people don’t divorce on a whim and it’s a carefully thought out decision. Divorcing couples can take one of two different paths to end their relationship legally- contested and uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces are less painful for all parties involved, which is why most couples choose to go down that route. What is an uncontested divorce? In an uncontested divorce, the couple negotiates and agrees on all matters related to the divorce. They make a mutual decision to separate and file for it in court after the negotiations are
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January 4, 2016

Divorce in NJ- Making the Process Easier

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Regardless of whether yours is a contested or an uncontested divorce, the entire experience can be quite traumatic. It’s not easy to go through the separation and  there are times when you have to deal with details such alimony,  child support, division of assets etc. The legal processes and the paperwork are never easy and  these are things you can’t really  deal with on your own. You would need the services of a competent  lawyer to  handle your Divorce in NJ. Smoother process We at the Divorce Center have been operating  in this space  for the last 35 years and are aware of all the legalities and  can handle all the paper work and  nitty- gritty’s of your Divorce in
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January 4, 2016

Email Divorce in NY & NJ

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A divorce becomes a very traumatic event in a person’s life and it can be even more traumatic dealing with the court system. Ending a relationship that you have been in, is in itself quite distressing and dealing with the complexities of the legal requirements  compounds the issue- you have to struggle with issues such as alimony, child support  and  the division of assets etc.  It’s almost impossible to fathom the legal process and it becomes very important to find an attorney who will be able to provide you the right advice and help you with all these complexities. Email Divorce in NY –The ideal option for busy folk We at The Divorce Center understand this and provide excellent legal services
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November 25, 2015

Halle Berry Filing for Divorce!

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Halle Berry has now filed for divorce from Martinez. News has it that she has cited irreconcilable differences. As far as money is concerned, that doesn’t really seem to be an issue because the couple had signed a prenup, so that means there will be fewer complications. The main reason for the divorce is apparently their personality difference. There was also an incident that took place in LAX, where Oliver Martinez hit a man with a car seat. This is said to have added fuel to the divorce fire. Different Personalities Martinez was sued for that particular incident just last week; the couple had an argument about the lawsuit and that seemed to have been the last straw on the
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November 25, 2015

Gwen & Gavin – Settle Divorce

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Finally, Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani have reached an agreement about how their assets will be divided in their divorce settlement. The grapevine has it that the couple will get joint custody of their 3 kids. The agreement provides for an equal split in physical custody. However, for a major portion of the time, Gavin will actually have the children; this is because Gwen has a very demanding touring schedule. As far as the money is concerned, there seems to be no prenup; news has it that Gavin has now agreed to take much less than 50 percent of the community property. As per California law, both partners can officially get 50%, but sources state that Gavin wanted a quicker
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