What rights do I have under
Separation and Annulment
- Legal Separation - The procedures
and the proceeding to obtain a legal separation are about the same as a
divorce. The major differene between a divorce and
a legal separation is that the maritual status is not terminated. The
parties remain married, however, as with a divorce preceeding, the
issues of support, custody, visitation, asset division and all
other marital issues are resolved in the final judgment in a Divorce
- Annulment - An annulment is sought
to be achieved where the petitioning party is seeking to treat the marrage
as though it had never taken place. The result of a decree of
annulment is that the parties are immediately returned to their previous
unmarried stats and the marriage is nullified. The marriage is then
treated as if it had never ocurred in the first place. Personal, religious
and other sometimes legally complex reasons why an annulment would be sought.
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Collaborative law is a new way to resolve disbutes
by removing the disputed matter from court and selecting a process as to "trouble
shoot and problem solve" rather than the traditional fight and win. A
Divorce Attorney is your best source for an effective implementation
of the collaboritive law. In a collaborative law method, both parties
agree that no one may go to court and all disputes shall be resolved by the
people and their representative Divorce Lawyers. In case of a
breach of agreement both attorneys are disqulified from any further involvment.
- The parties in the Collaborative law process
sign a contractual agreement which include some of the following:
- Win-Win solutions - The primary
goal of the process is to work toward an amicable solution and to create
a "win-win" situation for all.
- Respect - All parties agree to act
respectfully and avoid disparaging or vilifying any of the participants.
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Most Collaborative Law cases settle. The Statistics state that more
than 90% of all divorce cases are resolved without a trial.
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