Although divorce ends your marriage, it doesn't necessarily alleviate your obligation to support your spouse during the divorce process and, sometimes, for a period after the divorce. Learn more about how courts decide alimony in Idaho.
Overview of Annulment This article focuses on "civil annulments" not "religious annulments," which can only be granted by a church or clergy member. Civil annulments and divorces both make a determination about marital status, but the vital difference between them is that divorce ends an existing, valid
While many people still view prenuptial agreements as “unromantic,” they have become much more popular among engaged couples in recent years. Prenuptial agreements were once viewed only as a protection for the very wealthy. But today, many spouses enter into these agreements to decide for themselves how their property will be divided if they happen to divorce.
Victims of domestic violence make more than 16,000 crisis calls to domestic violence shelters in Idaho each year. Domestic violence is a serious problem that affects children as well as victims. Each state has laws to protect children from abusive parents, particularly when custody is at stake. This