Teresa Wall-Cyb has over seven years experience researching
and writing on legal questions. As a member of the California Bar, she has
worked for judges in both federal and California state courts as a research
attorney and has represented clients seeking domestic violence restraining
orders. Recently, she received the Wiley W. Manuel Pro Bono Services
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Articles By Teresa Wall-Cyb
Summary dissolution offers a quicker, simpler way to divorce in California.
In Wyoming, a court will divide marital property during a divorce based on a system called equitable distribution.
When a couple divorces in Vermont, they must divide their marital property equitably. If they’re not able to negotiate a property settlement, they’ll have to ask the court to divide the marital property. The rule about equitable division doesn’t mean the division must be equal, but the court must start by presuming that marital property will be split equally between the spouses.
Find out how marital property (and debt) is divided in a Utah divorce case.
If you are getting divorced in Oregon, do you know what property you get to keep and what you have to split with your spouse? And who will be responsible for your marital debts?
If you are getting divorced in New Mexico, do you know what property you get to keep and what you will need to split with your spouse?
If you are getting divorced in Nebraska, what property do you get to keep and what do you have to split with your spouse? And who will be responsible for the marital debt?
Here's how child custody cases work in Pennsylvania. From the process to considerations of relocation & grandparents visitation.
Find out how alimony (spousal support) is awarded and calculated in Virginia.
If you are getting divorced in Montana, do you know what property you get to keep and what you have to split with your spouse? Who will be responsible for the debts you and your spouse incurred during the marriage, or even before you got married?