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The Divorce Process—What You Can Do on Your Own and When Advice is Recommended Family Law Legal Consulting—Offering Unbundled and Flat Rate Services Kristy Clairmont, Esq. 520-304-1722 firstname.lastname@example.org It is no secret that getting divorced is far more complicated than getting married. That said, most people in Pima County are trying to get divorced without […]
In life, there is one thing that can be counted on—change. As a professional, how are you adapting to the changes? Picture a typical client consultation: Attorney and potential client engage in a discussion regarding legal problems the client is facing. Attorney discusses the different legal options available. The meeting is now at the […]
A Disclosure Guide for Self-Representing Parties I am self-representing, so do I really have to worry about disclosure rules? Short answer, yes, you do. If your case is contested, meaning that the parties are not in agreement about how to solve the various issues, then disclosure rules will apply. Don’t be baffled by the term […]
I Am Divorced, So Now What? As a family law attorney, my time is spent helping people navigate the court system and understanding the nuts and bolts involved in a divorce. As mentioned in previous blogs, this process varies greatly person to person. Some couples are able to un-couple rather […]
“Things To Consider” Although there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all divorce advice, there are certain considerations that need to be taken into account in every divorce. The following is a simplified list of areas to consider before and during your divorce. IDENTIFY ALL ACTUAL PROPERTY. This includes land, homes, vehicles, motorhomes, motorcycles, furniture, jewelry, […]
It Depends One of the most frustrating answers I often receive in life is “it depends.” The question, “How do I get divorced?” should seem simple enough, right? Unfortunately, my answer has to be, “It depends.” Let me show you why by example. Consider the following scenarios: Couple number 1 No kids No property Married […]