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12 STEPS OF DIVORCE: Step 2 – Responding to the Petition for Dissolution

Each month for one year, the Andersen Law PC blog will spell out the 12 steps of divorce. In doing so, we will also track two divorcing couples making their way through the process. Spoiler alert: Art and Angela Aingel take the high road. While divorce is not usually a fun process (I have yet […]

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12 STEPS OF DIVORCE: Step 4 – Going to Court – The Initial Status Conference

Each month for one year, the Andersen Law PC blog will spell out the 12 steps of divorce. In doing so, we will also track two divorcing couples making their way through the process. Spoiler alert: Art and Angela Aingel take the high road. While divorce is not usually a fun process (I have yet to […]

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12 STEPS OF DIVORCE: Step 9 – Mediation

Each month for one year, the Andersen Law PC blog is spelling out the 12 steps of divorce. In doing so, we are also tracking two divorcing couples making their way through the process. Spoiler alert: Art and Angela Aingel take the high road. While divorce is not usually a fun process (I have yet to hear someone […]

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The Future of Family Law: Pairing Mediation & Unbundled Services

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Your divorce, support and parental responsibilities cases involve the most critical issues in your life: your family, your finances and your future. And yet 75 percent of parties in the first judicial district do not have an attorney in their domestic relations case. This is akin to wandering into a hospital to perform surgery by yourself with […]

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Though Helpful, a Mediator Does Not Replace a Lawyer in Divorce Proceedings

Mediation can be an excellent way to make progress and, ideally, resolve your divorce proceeding. In an era when the courts are overrun with divorces and have little time to address critical issues about your family and finances, mediation gives you more control over results. However, a mediator does NOT replace an attorney.  A mediator […]

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What is Family Law?

Because attorneys practice so many types of law, it can be confusing to know which type of lawyer you need. Many people think that Family Law attorneys like myself only assist clients with divorce, but that is a myth. The truth is that divorces are far from the only thing I do. Family Law includes […]

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