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- Death is an unavoidable reality of life. With this in mind, planning for the future is essential. A will enables an individual to bequeath their estates to whomever they wish legally. While writing a will is a morbid topic, getting your affairs in order is advised to avoid ugly scenes of your dependents fighting for a property. However, you must think through the proc
- It could conceivably be a shock when someone is served divorce papers. They might have been unaware that their spouse was planning to apply for divorce, although it's highly unlikely to be a total surprise. When you decide to end your marriage, what is the process for serving your spouse with the formal notification of your intentions? And must divorce papers always b
- If you are getting ready to apply for a divorce or if you can tell with some certainty that your partner is getting ready to file a divorce petition, preparing for what lies ahead can bring a world of difference. You need to be deliberate and make a plan, even without informing your soon-to-be ex-spouse. A divorce lawyer is who you should speak to. Here is a look at h
- Property division is a part of the divorce settlement. It can be an easy process, especially when you have the guidance of professional and experienced family lawyers working to secure and protect your best interests. That said, for lack of proper understanding of family law, there are some misconceptions around property settlement. Among these include the following.