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How can I get a divorce if I don’t know where my spouse lives?

If you want a divorce but don’t know where your spouse lives, the process can be more challenging, but it’s still possible to move forward with the divorce proceedings. Here’s what typically happens in such situations: It’s essential to consult … Continue reading

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Ignoring your divorce won’t make it go away

Dealing with a divorce can be difficult and it is understandable that individuals may feel overwhelmed.¬† This feeling of being overwhelmed results in some people choosing to ignore the process. Whether this is done due to feelings of denial, frustration, … Continue reading

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I was served with a Complaint for Divorce: now what?

The range of emotions someone experiences when served with a Complaint for Divorce are varied. Some are shocked. many are angered. ¬†Confusion is common and I’ve even had some clients confess they were relieved. ¬†Regardless of your emotional response, a … Continue reading

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