Simplified Divorce: A Dissolution of Marriage

If both you and your partner agree on all aspects of your divorce, and you meet certain criteria, you may be able to get a simplified divorce. This “dissolution of marriage” is a quick and uncomplicated way to get divorced with a minimum of cost. You and your spouse will work out your issues togeth...

Bankruptcy Fraud: Petition Mills

There is an entirely different type of bankruptcy fraud, petition mills, which target some of the easiest pawns – immigrants or poor individuals dealing with financial hardships. This is not a willful attempt on the part of the individual to commit personal bankruptcy fraud. It is perpetrated by som...

Pet Custody in Divorce

Your pet may be like your child, but in the eyes of the law, Fluffy is like any other piece of tangible property that you own. We are not trying to be cruel – we do not make the laws. What we do want you to know is that we take your attachment to your pet very seriously. On top of an already emotion...

Is the Mediation Process Right for Me?

You may be wondering if the mediation process is right for your divorce. Do you even know what mediation is and what it is meant to accomplish? Let us discuss the mediation definition as it applies to divorce. In a traditional divorce, a couple can go back and forth for months, (often through thei...

How to Rebuild Credit After a Bankruptcy – 7 Helpful Steps

Filing bankruptcy may have been a difficult decision, but it can help you start over and restore credit with good standing. We are going to give you some pointers on how to rebuild credit after a bankruptcy. Some people have a jump-start on reestablishing credit because they still make mortgage or...

Health Care Proxy for College Students

Dorm supplies – check, financial aid completed – check, bags are packed – check, health care proxy for college students signed – wait, what? Before you send your child off to college, a gap year of travel, the military, or the summer job at the restaurant across the street, make certain that he or...

Three Documents Every College Student Needs

Graduating from high school is an exciting time in your child’s life. It also means serious legal changes in his or her status. Your child becomes an adult in the eyes of the law at age 18, even if he or she is still in high school. He or she is now of legal age to make decisions, sign contracts and...

Durable Power of Attorney for College Students

Turning 18 is an exciting time for your child. He or she is now considered an adult in the eyes of the law. Whether still in high school, heading off to college, traveling abroad, getting a first job, or entering the military, you need to arrange for a durable power of attorney for college students...

How to File for Divorce in Florida

You can learn how to file for divorce and do it yourself if you and your partner agree to an uncontested divorce. The “Simplified Dissolution of Marriage” makes it possible to get divorced in as little as 30 days without the added expenses of divorce attorneys. The filing of divorce papers can seem...