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Collaborative Divorce Greenville NC

What is Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is different than normal divorce. It is considered to be a more amicable divorce option than a traditional adversarial divorce. Simply stated, collaborative divorce allows couples to separate and divorce without fighting it out in court proceedings. Getting a divorce is already an emotionally painful experience, and harsh court hearings may only amplify […]

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Documents for Divorce - Irons & Irons

Documents You Need When Filing For Divorce

The entire divorce process can be very stressful, starting from the very beginning when you and your spouse decide that your marriage is over. However, once the decision has been made there is no point in lollygagging. Whether you have hired a divorce attorney in Greenville, NC or you are handling the case on your own, […]

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Coping with Divorce during Christmas - Irons & Irons Law Firm

Surviving the Holidays During Divorce

The holiday season is usually time of happiness, family reunions, and traditions. However, for over half of the nation who experience divorce or separation, the holiday season can feel cruel and heart wrenching, especially when surrounded by jolly neighbors, coworkers, and friends who have no idea what you are going through. Here are a few […]

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Collaborative Divorce in Greenville, NC

Is Collaborative Divorce Right For Me?

It’s an ugly truth, but the truth nonetheless: 50% of all marriages end in divorce. For those involved in a divorce, you can follow one of two processes: a traditional divorce or a collaborative divorce. A traditional divorce involves the filing of a lawsuit, drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, attending court hearings and giving testimony under […]

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5 Reasons to Hire a Divorce Attorney

If you are seeking a divorce, you may be tempted to file for divorce on your own using court provided documents or information from a book or website, like LegalZoom. While do-it-yourself divorce may seem appealing, we suggest that you seriously consider hiring a divorce or family law attorney to help you through the process, […]

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