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Category: Divorce and Emotional Healing

Right of First Refusal, Part One: What is it and how can it Backfire?

May 18, 2017
The concept sounds perfectly rational—good, in fact—in theory.  If both parties in a divorce settlement understand the agreement and potential results therein, a “Right of First Refusal” within a decree...

Why Do People Really Get Divorced?

Jan 31, 2017
This article was written by Hance Law Group principal Larry Hance. After thirty some odd years as primarily a divorce attorney, enough clients have come through my door on the...

Gray Divorces: A Growing Trend

Jun 23, 2016
This article was written by Hance Law Group associate attorney Beverly Via. In recent years, we have seen first-hand a growing trend, referred to as the “gray divorce” phenomenon, involving...

How Pregnancy Affects Divorce

Apr 27, 2016
This article was written by Hance Law Group principal Larry Hance. Recently, there were two celebrity divorce revelations that made their way around the news. I usually only see or...

Divorce with Special Needs Kids

Apr 13, 2016
This article was written by Hance Law Group associate attorney Beverly Via. When parents divorce, it can be challenging to factor in what the children need from the time of...

Is moving out an essential part of the divorce process?

Dec 21, 2015
This article was written by Hance Law Group associate attorney Jonathan James. When a couple decides to get divorce, it’s a move that’s sometimes accompanied by one spouse moving out...

Advice to Divorcing Women: Know What You Need Out Of Your Divorce

Dec 3, 2015
This article was written by Hance Law Group associate attorney Beverly Ward Via. In my previous article for the blog, I discussed what you should know about your finances heading...

Cooperative Lawyers vs. Hard Bargainers

Nov 20, 2015
As you’re well aware from seeing TV commercials and billboards, some lawyers pride themselves on being extremely aggressive, indicating that they solve legal issues by scaring the other side. There’s...

Parenting Coordinators and Facilitators: How They Help During and After Divorce

Sep 11, 2015
Conflict between divorcing parents over how to best raise their children doesn’t necessarily end with a divorce settlement. In fact, some disagreements between divorcing parents can be exacerbated once the...

Adultery: Is It Really “Good for Divorce Lawyers?”

Aug 13, 2015
This article was written by associate attorney Jonathan James. Two weeks ago, reports came out that computer hackers gained access to the database of subscribers to Ashley Madison, the website...
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