Q&A: How to Get an Exclusion Order and Lock Your Spouse Out of the House

An exclusion order is a type of order of protection. You can only get an exclusion order if you and the abuser are living under the same roof. There are other types of orders of protection that you can get based on “intimate” nature of the relationship you share with the abuser. This is in … Continue reading “Q&A: How to Get an Exclusion Order and Lock Your Spouse Out of the House”

Q&A: Will Court Modify Child Support Order if I Find a Job and Need Help Paying the Babysitter?

This is a good question! Normally, I would say that getting your child support order modified would require you to show changed circumstances of some sort before the court would change the order. Heading back to work after a divorce – especially if you have been a stay at home custodial parent – is definitely a … Continue reading “Q&A: Will Court Modify Child Support Order if I Find a Job and Need Help Paying the Babysitter?”

Divorce with an Autistic Child: Custody, Child Support & Single Parent Challenges

PARENTING: Custody and Support of Children With Autism After Divorce The divorce rate for parents with an autistic child has been described as “terrifyingly high” by one blogger who put the rate at 90 percent! Is this an accurate statistic? It depends on who you talk to. The figures fluctuate wildly depending on the source. The … Continue reading “Divorce with an Autistic Child: Custody, Child Support & Single Parent Challenges”

Q&A: What Can You Do if Your Spouse is Not Paying You Pursuant to the Divorce Settlement Agreement?

If your spouse stopped paying your divorce settlement for a good, excusable reason (unemployment, illness) you could be out of luck – especially if you do not have a contingency plan built into the original divorce settlement agreement.

If your spouse stopped paying your divorce settlement for a good, excusable reason (unemployment, illness) you could be out of luck – especially if you do not have a contingency plan built into the original divorce settlement agreement.

Divorce House Buyout: How to Negotiate Ownership of the Marital Residence

Divorce often means a change in the status of the marital residence in one way or another. Either you are going to have one spouse remain in the house till the children reach the age of majority; or you are going to sell the house outright to a third party; or you are going to have … Continue reading “Divorce House Buyout: How to Negotiate Ownership of the Marital Residence”

Divorce Stress: How Can You Reduce Stress During Such a Stressful Event in Your Life?

What are the techniques for reducing divorce stress? Divorce is stressful. I think most people would agree. And often, managing divorce stress can be a challenge. Many divorcing people seem to lack the techniques required for minimizing their divorce stress. But does it have to be as bad as it is for a lot of people? … Continue reading “Divorce Stress: How Can You Reduce Stress During Such a Stressful Event in Your Life?”

Q&A: What is the Best Way to Juggle Motherhood, a Career, and dating After Divorce?

You can’t just give, give give. You have to replenish and you have to take care of yourself first and foremost so that you can be for everyone else what it is they need you to be.

You can’t just give, give give. You have to replenish and you have to take care of yourself first and foremost so that you can be for everyone else what it is they need you to be.

Q&A: What is the Best Way to Ask Your Spouse For Divorce?

How to Tell Your Spouse You Want a Divorce   This question, how to tell your spouse you want a divorce gets asked a lot and I am sure there are several posts on Divorce Saloon that answers that question going back nearly a decade. In fact, here is a post by the title, Want a Divorce? … Continue reading “Q&A: What is the Best Way to Ask Your Spouse For Divorce?”

Divorce & Real Estate: 10 Frequently Asked Questions (with Answers!)

Real Estate Advice for Divorcing Couples: Can I get exclusive occupancy while the divorce is pending? It depends on whether the judge has a reasonable basis such as domestic violence or something like that. Normally, a judge can’t just put a person out of their home. If living together during the pendency of the divorce … Continue reading “Divorce & Real Estate: 10 Frequently Asked Questions (with Answers!)”

UK/EU Divorce: Is BREXIT Theresa May’s Big Fat Mistake?

And they will take her to Trafalgar Square and chop off her head the way they did to poor Marie Antoinette in France.
It’s a trap, Theresa!
It’s a set up!
Don’t do it!

And they will take her to Trafalgar Square and chop off her head the way they did to poor Marie Antoinette in France.
It’s a trap, Theresa!
It’s a set up!
Don’t do it!

Q&A: Who Pays the Bills During Divorce?

This question about who pays the bills during a divorce or separation is a good one. Are you obligated to continue to pay the bills if you move out of the marital residence for example? What if you are the wife and your husband moved out and stopped paying the mortgage which is jointly in … Continue reading “Q&A: Who Pays the Bills During Divorce?”

Q&A: When is a Legal Separation a Better Option Than Divorce?

10 Reasons why would you get a separation and not a divorce If you are not absolutely sure that the marriage is over and need a time out. If you want to maintain health insurance from one spouse to the other. For tax reasons: There are tax advantages to being married and getting divorced could … Continue reading “Q&A: When is a Legal Separation a Better Option Than Divorce?”

How do you File a DIY Divorce?: Doing your Divorce Paperwork Yourself is EASY!

For Self Help divorce filers it is very important to follow the instructions in the packet (which are usually idiot proof) in order that you do not miss deadlines or straight up mess up the divorce

For Self Help divorce filers it is very important to follow the instructions in the packet (which are usually idiot proof) in order that you do not miss deadlines or straight up mess up the divorce

Q&A: What Factors are Considered in Alimony & Child Support/Custody Awards?

The court takes many factors into account from the anodyne to the scandalous in determining property division, alimony and child support. It really depends on the jurisdiction and the specific situation between the couple. Of course, there are specific guidelines in every jurisdiction, and there are unique rules. But there are common threads. For example, with regard … Continue reading “Q&A: What Factors are Considered in Alimony & Child Support/Custody Awards?”