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Posted by Best4All December 11th, 2017

News & Resources

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

If you and your spouse choose to move forward with an uncontested divorce, you will have to come to an agreement about a variety of issues. These include how you will share parenting time, custody, and parenting responsibilities (if you have children); the...

Child Custody: Understanding the Parenting Agreement

For many families, a collaborative approach to child custody allows parents to work together to resolve the case, eliminating the need to go to court. As part of this process, a parenting agreement is developed that covers issues like custody, visitation,...

4 Reasons to Devise and Solidify a Separation Agreement

At Best4All, one of the questions we often get asked by our clients is, "Do we really need a separation agreement?" If you do not have children or own property, and you were involved in a short-term marriage, a separation agreement may not be necessary. On the other...

Is Divorce Mediation Right for You?

While divorce often brings up feelings of anger and resentment, this does not necessarily mean every divorce has to be litigated in a court of law. In fact, many couples avoid the expensive and tedious court process by resolving divorce-related issues through...

Divorce Law: How Long Does it Take to Complete a Divorce?

After deciding to end their marriage, most couples prefer to complete the divorce process as quickly as possible, rather than dragging it out for months, so they can move on with their lives and start fresh. One of the questions our legal, family, and financial...

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Each divorce, contested or otherwise, generally covers four main issues: the division or property, the division of debt, payment of child or spousal support, and the custody of any children. Although it is rare that any divorce is truly "uncontested," meaning that...

What is Collaborative Family Law? An Introduction to Our Process

At Best4All, one of the questions we get asked frequently is: What exactly is collaborative family law? To put it simply, collaborative family law involves working with a team of trained experts with specialized knowledge and skills to manage the financial, emotional,...