A Champaign Divorce Lawyer Shares How to Handle Text Messages in Allocation of Parental Responsibilities

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If you are dealing with the allocation of parental responsibilities in Champaign, it is important to acknowledge that evidence from text messages is critical for your allocation dispute. Plan on documenting and printing text messages so they show when they were sent, received, or even read. In this blog, a Champaign divorce lawyer shares how to handle text messages for …

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A Champaign Divorce Mediator Explains What a Global Settlement in Divorce Means

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Divorce is a stressful situation for everyone involved. Emotions run high, and many times the main emotion being experienced is anger. This can lead to divorce negotiations becoming extensive and expensive. When the disagreements become so intense that the divorce cannot move forward, both sides of the party lose. Therefore, anyone going through a divorce may want to seek the …

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A Champaign Divorce Mediation Attorney Shares 3 Reasons Why Divorcing Couples Should Mediate

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When a couple decides to separate, it brings up painful, and often conflicting, emotions. This isn’t shocking because divorce tends to be an acrimonious process. Unfortunately, going to court to settle the divorce frequently makes the situation worse. With court hearings, an in-depth discovery process, and perhaps even an expensive and risky trial, letting a judge preside over your divorce …

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6 Divorce Mediation Tips for Successfully Divorcing Your Spouse in Champaign

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You may want to consider divorce mediation if want to avoid a lengthy and expensive divorce. Check out the 6 divorce mediation tips for successfully divorcing your spouse in Champaign. Know the Difference Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce Divorce mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution that brings together both spouses to come to an agreement. It is designed …

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5 Divorce Resources to Help You with Your Divorce in Champaign

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Getting divorced can be quite overwhelming and stressful. One way to ease the stress of divorce is to utilize available apps and resources that can help make the divorce process a bit more organized and streamlined. Below are a couple of resources that may help you with your divorce in Champaign. Dtour.Life This is a great resource that allows all …

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Ask Cari: When is a Marriage Irretrievably Broken? How do you Calculate this in Months?

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A divorce just takes one party to want to get a divorce in most states. States like Illinois and New York both require the “ground” that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Similarly, it only takes one party to state under oath that the marriage is irretrievably broken. It doesn’t mean you two aren’t having sex or aren’t living together – …

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Ask Will: Is Mediation Right for my Divorce?

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Hear associate attorney, Will Culp, a fellow mediator at Rincker Law, talk about divorce mediation here.  If you have a question for Will for his Ask Will video series, email him directly at will@rinckerlaw.com.

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The Four Stages of Divorce Mediation

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Hear me discuss the 4 Stages of Divorce Mediation here, which includes:  (1) Consultation, (2) Mediation, (3) Drafting the Agreement and (4) Finalization of the Divorce.

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Cari’s Tips on How To Have a More Zen Divorce

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Hear me talk about how you can have a move zen divorce here. My second tip may surprise you..

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Family Law and Cryogenetics

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Cryogenically frozen embryos are a very unique type of marital property, to say the least.  They represent two divorced people having a baby.  Dividing this unique, and emotionally charged, property hinges on balancing one party’s interest in not being forced to procreate after a divorce and the right of the other party to have a biological child, which in most …

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4 Reasons Why Divorce Mediation is Better than Litigation

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Cari recorded a short video explaining why she loooooves divorce mediation and prefers it to litigation.  You can watch it on YouTube here.  Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss a beat!

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The Zen Divorce: Top 10 Tips for a More Peaceful Separation

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I will be speaking tomorrow to my BNI Chapter at 11am on the Farnworth Building in Champaign on how to make the divorce process more peaceful.  Read my newest article on the zen divorce here.

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