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Common Divorce Questions

Is it a problem if I live in a different state than my spouse and we have children?

Not at all. A good rule of thumb is to file in the state where your children live. Be sure to look at the state requirements for each spouse to know what’s required and where you should file. View state requirements.

What is the difference between divorce and dissolution of marriage?

Sometimes you hear dissolution of marriage, marriage dissolution, divorce dissolution, and divorce. Essentially dissolution and divorce are the legal end of a marriage. Divorce generally requires fault be established or grounds for divorce. Dissolution is essentially a no-fault divorce. Grounds for legal termination are not required for dissolution.

What is the quickest way to get a divorce?

Filing a no-fault, uncontested divorce with the help of a service like Divorce.com is the quickest way to get a divorce. In addition, when divorce is fast, you save on legal fees.

What is a divorce settlement agreement?

The divorce settlement agreement is simply the legal contract that memorializes how the couple resolved issues such as child support, spousal support or alimony, child visitation, separation of property and debts.

How do I get over a divorce?

People respond to divorce differently. You really are saying hello to a new chapter following divorce. Many people find divorce coaching helpful.

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