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Can I Kick my Spouse out of the House?

Can I Kick my Spouse out of the House?

Not necessarily, and unfortunately, the answer is “it depends.” Without a compelling reason, such as physical violence, you and the opposing party will need to coexist in the marital home, even after you file for divorce. The good news is that you can get a court...
F*#$ Divorce

F*#$ Divorce

Everyone wants it, and everyone believes they will get it; but rarely does it ever feel like it happens – a fair divorce. Fair is the “F” Word in divorce. Whether you are the one initiating the divorce process or are the one who cannot believe it is happening,...
Text Messages as Court Evidence

Text Messages as Court Evidence

Text Messages as Court Evidence Text messages are a great way to create a written record and avoid the he said, she said that often arises in family law cases. Have an agreement to vary from the possession schedule? Screenshot. Want to notify someone about something...
The Gray Divorce: When Forever Seems Too Long

The Gray Divorce: When Forever Seems Too Long

According to the Wall Street Journal, Gray Divorce is on the rise. “With life expectancy on the rise and seniors staying active for longer, there has been an increasing number of “gray divorces,” or couples separating after long-term marriages.” In the years after...
Is gambling a reason for divorce?

Is gambling a reason for divorce?

We all know someone who has suffered with an addiction. It is not easy to be in any relationship where one person is out of control. It is even more difficult when one person’s addiction affects the marriage and the family. This is true with drugs, alcohol, shopping...