Divorce Planning

Do You Need a Divorce Lawyer?

by - January 21, 2014

Mill Valley California Divorce Lawyer Helene Taylor

It is my professional and personal opinion that, if you are getting divorced or have concerns during your marriage about very important issues, like your financial well being, you need to speak to a divorce or family law lawyer. You may only need to speak to the lawyer for an hour or two, but you

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Are You a Victim of Domestic Violence?

by - February 14, 2011

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Domestic violence is the most under reported crime in America. Domestic violence – abuse – happens to women and men of all races, religions, social groups, education levels, and socio-economic groups. If you think you’re being abused you’re not alone and there is help for you! You can get help today and begin a life

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Preparing for Divorce

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Divorce is a complicated process, both legally and emotionally. It requires strength, perseverance and hard work. Thoughtful planning, however, can make your transition from married to single life smoother. Planning should begin the moment you decide to divorce. If you’ve already decided to divorce, begin planning and taking these steps now. Find and speak with

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Planning a Safe Escape from an Abusive Marriage

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If you face violence in your relationship please get help immediately. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for immediate, confidential advice from a professional: 800-799-SAFE (7233) or 800-787-3224/TDD. To safely and successfully leave an abusive relationship a plan is essential. If you are in an abusive relationship but your physical safety isn’t being imminently threatened,

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Do-It-Yourself Divorce

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People are representing themselves in divorce because they believe lawyers don’t offer quality services or they can’t afford lawyers’ fees. Others believe their cases are simple and can be handled with legal information available online, at the courthouse or in print. Filing a divorce and representing yourself in court without a lawyer is called pro

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