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Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support and Alimony Information

If you’re dealing with a divorce or another issue related to family law, you probably have a lot of concerns and questions. Do you need to hire a lawyer, or can you handle your legal situation yourself? What resources are out there to help you through the process? How much will they cost?

You can find answers and help at DivorceNet. We provide the clear, accurate information you need to understand how the law applies to the issue you’re facing—whether that’s how the divorce process works, how child custody and support are determined, how alimony factors into a divorce, how marital property is divided, or something else in the world of family law.

Our articles also provide insight into the larger picture, with reports on trends and statistics in family law, as well as advice on the practical and emotional consequences of divorce. And we can connect you to the help you need, whether it’s affordable DIY services, mediation, consultation with an expert, or an experienced family law attorney.

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