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    How to Negotiate a Buyout During a Divorce

    To negotiate a buyout, you’ll need to determine which spouse is qualified to buy the other out, decide on the home’s fair market value, and mutually agree on conditions.

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    Top Tips to Prep for a Divorce Lawyer Consultation

    When preparing for a divorce lawyer consultation, conduct research about the lawyer and a typical session, gather personal documents, compose questions, consider your options, think about what you want out of the divorce, and contemplate costs.

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    Top Factors Affecting Alimony Assessment

    Factors affecting alimony assessment include standard of living, duration of the marriage, financial resources, physical and emotional conditions, and marital contributions.

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    How Therapy Can Benefit a Child of Divorce

    Therapy provides a safe environment for a child of divorce to process and work through their emotions before they lead to more problematic issues.

    Recent Posts

    Is Mediation Premature When Separating from Your Spouse?

    by Jason Levoy • Jan 18, 2021

    Mediation should be considered as a viable alternative when exploring divorce or separation from your spouse, as it may alleviate disagreements and facilitate resolutions.

    How to Get Divorced If You're Broke

    by Jason Levoy • Jan 15, 2021

    If retaining a divorce lawyer is an expense you cannot afford, it may be beneficial to advocate for yourself—through mediation or in court—by doing your own research, consulting with several attorneys, and focusing on the big picture outcome.

    Maximize Your Custody Evaluation

    by Jason Levoy • Nov 18, 2020

    Custody evaluations can be expensive, so after carefully assessing if you need one, be sure to select someone who matches your expectations and use the time wisely to advocate for your own parenting skills.

    How to Use Evidence in Your Divorce

    by Jason Levoy • May 22, 2020

    It's imperative to present as much objective evidence as possible in making the best case for yourself in a divorce proceeding, which may include items such as emails, text messages, and voice recordings.

    The Good, Bad and Ugly of Having Divorce Attorneys Who Know Each Other

    by Jason Levoy • Apr 22, 2020

    When selecting a divorce attorney, it's important to choose one who has a similar perspective to both your own and that of your spouse's attorney when it comes to resolving conflict and distributing assets.

    Tips to Set the Parenting Schedule During Your Divorce

    by Jason Levoy • Oct 28, 2019

    Establishing a parenting schedule that works for both parties during a divorce can be a difficult task, one made easier by trying to remain flexible, while prioritizing the needs of the children.