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Divorce Resources
In every family there is the risk of a divorce.  In a family where one member is seriously ill, that risk might become higher for several reasons including financial ones.  Many couples are forced to divorce in order to receive services to help their ill spouse and/or protect their assets.
Divorce Q&A - From CNBC
Nolo.law Resources
Annulment and Separation FAQ
Learn about these options instead of -- or before -- divorce.
Child Custody Mediation FAQ
Mediation may be the key to solving a dispute involving child custody or visitation. These frequently asked questions introduce you to the ...
Custody Arrangements FAQ
Frequently asked questions explaining options for child custody.
How to create a divorce agreement with the help of a mediator -- without going to court.
Who is at a disadvantage in mediation -- men or women? The answer is neither. In this article, an expert debunks common myths about divorce ..
Divorce Mediation in the Divorce & Child Custody area of Nolo's
Legal Encyclopedia - For information on using mediation to handle your divorce
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Durational residency requirements for all fifty states, and more.
What to expect if you go to court over a divorce or other family matter.

FAQs - Divorce & Child Custody
- FAQs

Grounds for Divorce FAQ
You can get a no fault divorce in any state, but you may want
to understand fault grounds as well.
An overview of the costs of common types of mediated disputes.
Improving Your Chances in Mediation -Learn when divorce mediation is likely to succeed -- and when it might not.

Interstate Custody Arrangements FAQ -Understand your rights if you and your child's other parent live in different states.

Lawyers and Divorce Mediation
It's not necessary to have a lawyer to use divorce mediation, but here's how consulting a legal advisor can help you
Keeping Lawyers Out of Divorce
How to get divorced without using a lawyer -- and when
you might really need one.

Modification of Child Support Orders FAQ -Know your options if you want to change a child support order.

Modification of Custody or Visitation FAQ - These frequently asked questions explain your options for changing an established custody or visitation agreement.
Name Changes FAQ
How to legally change your name.
Parenting Agreements
Practical steps to help you create a workable parenting plan
with your child's other parent.

Property and Debt Division FAQ
How property and debts are divided when you get divorced.

Records to Keep When You Pay or Receive Alimony  - What records you should keep when you pay or receive alimony payments

Searching for Hidden Assets at Divorce - How to find property your spouse may be concealing from you when you divorce.

Divorce & Child Custody

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