How to Handle a Contested Divorce

In a perfect world, all divorces would be amicable or uncontested–both parties would come to an equitable settlement as to child custody, property, alimony, etc. without seeking court intervention. However, we don’t live in a perfect world and divorces are typically contested. This means that the parties have reached an impasse on some issue related to the divorce… Click HERE to read more!


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