Recent Posts in Contested Divorce Category

  • Your Baton Rouge Divorce Lawyer Advice: Figuring Your Expenses After Your Divorce

    || 20-Oct-2014

    While it's imperative you work with a Baton Rouge divorce lawyer when filing for divorce, it's the details you might not initially think about that you're going to need extra help with to sort out. One of those is looking to the future of your financial well-being after the divorce is finalized and how well you're going to provide for your children and yourself. Many different ...
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  • Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce

    || 31-Jul-2014

    If you’re considering the possibility of filing for divorce with a Baton Rouge family law lawyer and want to understand the difference between a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce, then this article should help to clarify the differences between the two. Understanding the differences between the two types of divorce before speaking with an attorney who focuses on these matters will ...
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  • When Uncontested Becomes Contested

    || 3-Jul-2014

    In his article “When Good Intentions Go Bad” in Psychology Today, John R. "Jack" Schafer, Ph.D. talks about the ways in which good communications can turn ugly. People think things are going to go one way and then they don’t. Good communicators not only wordsmith but they also incorporate psychological components into their communications. He goes on to talk about the ...
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