Will I Need An Out-Of-State Attorney?

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Question: My wife and I are in the process of getting a divorce and she moved with our kids to her parents’ house in another state. Do I need to get an attorney in the state she is living in at any point in the proceedings?

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The Basics Of Military Divorce

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Divorce is often a complicated, confusing, and scary process. That uncertainty can be magnified when one spouse is serving in the military. Military families going through divorce face a unique set of challenges. There are specific rules and laws regarding jurisdiction, child custody, calculating child and spousal support, division of

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Where To File For Divorce: 5 Questions To Ask

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By Jennifer M. Paine Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer There are two concepts that interplay when choosing where to file for divorce. The first is subject matter jurisdiction. Subject matter jurisdiction refers to the court’s reach/jurisdiction over the topic/subject of your case. In other words, you must file your case

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