- Hiring a Divorce Lawyer
- How the Law (and the Judge) Divides Property During Divorce
- How a Judge Decides The Alimony Amount
- Who Decides on Child Custody and Visitation: You or the Judge?
- Divorce Court: Motions & Trials
- Divorce Court isn't Always Fair
- Advantages to the Divorce Alternatives
- Why Divorces Don't Belong in Court
- If You Have to Go To Divorce Court
Inside information from a judge that presided over divorce proceedings for two decades.
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If you're facing a divorce, sooner or later you'll meet the judge in court. How much interaction you have with him or her depends on how well you can work out the details of your break up.
If you and your spouse are able to come to an agreement on child custody, property division, family support, and all the other details, the judge need only approve your final agreement. If you cannot, then the judge will be making those decisions for you.
In this section, you'll find information and insights on divorce from a judge who presided over thousands of divorce cases for twenty years.