When it comes to filing divorce papers, you need to get everything right and consistent in all the documents. A "simple" error can set you back days or even weeks and add more expenses to your divorce process. Here are some of the common errors that you should watch out for: Name Inconsistency People write their names differently depending on situations and places. For example, how you write your name on social media may be different from the way you write it on your school papers.
Even though you might have heard of spousal support, which is also commonly known as alimony, you might have never thought that it would apply to your situation. If you are in the process of getting a divorce, however, you should know that there is a chance that you could be owed alimony by your soon-to-be ex-spouse. These are a few signs that you might be eligible for this type of support after your divorce:
Hello. My name is Stephanie Laurel. I have recently been through a divorce, and although I don’t wish it on anyone, I do wish that everyone could come out of the proceedings feeling they have been taken care of. My husband and I had been married twenty-eight years. We have four children, two of which are still under eighteen years of age. We owned the home we lived in and had a vacation home in a different state. We are civilized people, we get along fairly well considering, but no matter how much we thought we could go through the divorce process without lawyers, it wasn't possible. We each hired a divorce attorney to represent us. Most of the negotiations went well, but when we hit a rough spot the attorneys took over. Thank goodness. I’m going to share more about the experience and hope it helps you.