The divorce paperwork is finalized, you've moved into a new home and you're prepared to get on with the next chapter in your life. However, the transition has been much more difficult than you thought.
You don't know anyone in town, ever since... (Read More)
If you and your spouse have determined that it's time to get a divorce, you may be wondering how the settlement will end. Louisiana is unique in that it's a community property state. This means that regardless of what happens, the community property... (Read More)
Going through a divorce is an emotionally and physically draining process. The stakes are heightened if children or large amounts of property are involved, and the legal course of things can take months or even years to resolve themselves.
While... (Read More)
The majority of states in the U.S. are equitable distribution states. This means that debt collected during a marriage is not assessed on the couple, but instead on the individual responsible for taking it out. For example, if a man took out a... (Read More)
Making the decision to get a divorce isn't an easy one, but in some scenarios, it makes the most sense. While it might be tempting to let your emotions rule the day, if you can keep cool and focus on the future, you'll save time. As you move... (Read More)
Going through a divorce is an emotionally and physically draining process. You're experiencing an array of changes in a very short amount of time which can leave you feeling stressed out, anxious and overwhelmed.
While you might feel like... (Read More)
Are you preparing to go through a divorce?
Have you already completed a divorce but are still in the process of splitting up assets?
Before you go any further, take a step back and ask yourself this:
Does my ex have my best interests in... (Read More)
At Hoffman Divorce Strategies we regularly provide post-divorce assistance for our clients.
Even if you and your ex-spouse have successfully reached a divorce settlement, there may be further matters to address including property settlements... (Read More)
Not only are divorces emotionally draining, they often take a significant amount of time to complete. Depending on where you live and how quickly the courts move in your area, you could be looking at anywhere from three months to three years before... (Read More)