The purpose of any divorce is to create new, individual and independent lives after a couple has been in legal partnership. Most people automatically turn to the social and romantic side of divorce and the changes it brings. However, marriage also combines finances for most couples and there is an adjustment once the separation of finances is final.
When you first decide to meet with a divorce attorney, that attorney may ask you if you plan to pursue a contested or uncontested divorce process. "Huh?" you may understandably ask. In practical terms, an uncontested divorce (also known in Florida as dissolution) is one in which you and your spouse are not struggling with fundamental differences in regards to either property division or child custody matters.
Nearly 50 percent of marriages in America end in divorce, but not everyone who seeks to leave their spouse has the cash for a lengthy trial featuring a team of highly paid attorneys.
Whether you are deciding to have a no contact order issued against someone, or someone has, or plans to issue a no-contact order against you, there is a lot at stake. A no-contact order is often referred to as a restraining order and it restricts various forms of contact between two people.
We live in the age of DIY. You can watch YouTube videos to learn how to renovate your bathroom. You can find helpful posts on pinterest for turning an old worn-down dresser into a new, fresh looking one -- or how to turn a standard dresser into one that looks old. Yes, you can even complete your divorce in a do-it-yourself fashion, but is it a good idea?