Divorce Records | Names G

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Cosbey W. Hilario, Almanza Deanne, Kamanda Simona, Neak G. Thanh, Laryea Keira, Hernades Phylis, Laus A. Ted, Canizal Frederic, Nho Adrien, Aanestad Magdalen, Malmanger Pasquale, Kebodeaux Marion, Padin C. Lu, Dietert Margery, Jonen Lane, Conine Neta, Lumbard U. Maybell, Glass Katherina, Detiveaux Naoma, Weishar Q. Sheri, Giesemann H. Margarette, Ivanic Tyson, Kimery T. Leena, Hedeen Classie, Donnay Brian, Mollin Yuki, Hegyi Mathilda, Mcclenon Roger, Chrzaszcz Nadene, Iorizzo Z. Manuela, Holtzer Amira, Ostovich Elba, Hanser Emilee, Horodyski Trey, Fulner Precious, Balonis Cherelle, Moule Sherri, Macdaniel Q. Wyatt, Kokocinski Janet, Eyraud Viviana, Desomma Josphine, Sood Haydee, Rias Jeanne, Gamit Lauran, Kreder Lorean, Lukose Ranee, Kwant M. Terisa, Vidana L. Inge

Divorce Records | Names F

An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree to the divorce and the terms of the settlement, without going to trial. This does not mean that there are no arguments or disputes between the spouses – it simply means that the spouses were able to reach an agreement without going to court and having the judge rule one way or the other. Uncontested divorces move much faster through the court system and are therefore less expensive. In addition, by bypassing the lengthy litigation and trial process, an uncontested divorce typically leads to reduced hostility and resentment among the ex-spouses, and both are able to resume their lives more quickly.

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Divorce Records | Names E

How is the property divided during a divorce?

It is common for a divorcing couple to decide about dividing their property and debts themselves, rather than leave it to the judge. But if a couple cannot agree, they can submit their property dispute to the court, which will use state law to divide the property.

Division of property does not necessarily mean a physical division. Rather, the court awards each spouse a percentage of the total value of the property. (It is illegal for either spouse to hide assets in order to shield them from property division.) Each spouse gets items whose worth adds up to his or her percentage.

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Divorce Records | Names D

By working through a Divorce Mediation Agreement, couples have the chance to reach an amicable divorce settlement in the privacy of their mediator’s office, without having to go through a confrontational scenario in court. Our professional mediators can effectively guide you through difficult issues that require innovative solutions. When a divorce case involves children, both parties are encouraged to contribute equally to the child custody arrangement to make it as fair as possible. Once you have reached agreements on all aspects of your divorce, your settlement can be presented to the Court for approval. Divorce Mediation Agreement can take the “sting” out of the divorce process and replace it with a smooth and productive procedure that gets positive results.

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Divorce Records | Names C

Being in a relationship with someone can be challenging unless you know about the history of that person so that you can trust him or her completely. This also helps in developing the understanding level between the couples who have just found each other and are trying to learn more about one another. When researching public records, a lot of potentially important information may surface. This information is usually updated and is comprehensive so that you do not have to look up anywhere else. For instance, if a person was involved in a divorce case the type of information you will find in the records will include: property records, address histories, judgments/bankruptcies, criminal records, filing number, state of filing, date of filing, respondent’s name and petitioner’s name as well. All this information can be very helpful to know in detail about a person you are concerned with.

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Divorce Records | Names B

Knowing a person is very important for everyone involved in a personal or business relationship with that person. Access to the information about a person is available to everyone in the U.S. This record can be accessed as per the Federal Information Act. However, there is also certain information that is restricted by the state and federal agencies. There is a lot of information that can be accessed to know more about a person’s past and present life. It can be ascertained if an individual was involved in a criminal activity, was arrested, had children, was married and even if he or she has been divorced. Divorce records may be important to someone looking to find some information related to a person.

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Divorce Records | Names A

A divorce record is a public declaration of a separating couple that was once married under the law. When a person gets involved with another person, it becomes imperative for both of them to know about each other. Learning more about each other’s past can be a tedious task unless they get a chance to check each other’s past by way of public divorce records. This is important for someone getting married to an individual who may be was involved in a relationship with someone else in the past. Thus, when records are checked, a person gets confirmation regarding the legal status of someone relationship with the other person.

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Divorce Records | December

Lack of commitment is the most common reason given by divorcing couples according to a recent national survey. Here are the reasons given and their percentages:
communication problems
loss of connection
infidelity/trust issues
physical or emotional abuse
alcohol and drug addiction
financial problems
work/time pressures
family interference
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Divorce Records | November

Every year, world organizations such as the UN record global divorce rates. According to recorded data, the marriage and divorce statistics are dramatically changing due to a number of poignant factors. Most common reasons include:

Incompatibility
Infidelity
Drug/alcohol addiction
Physical/mental abuse

The reasons are quite a lot, and we haven’t even mentioned other irreconcilable factors that cause couples to call it quits and end their marriage.

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Divorce Records | October

According to Jennifer Baker of the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Illinois:

First Marriages: 45% to 50% marriages end in divorce

Second Marriages:  60% to 67% marriages end in divorce

Third Marriages:  70% to 73% marriages end in divorce.

What does this mean?  That marriage is not a safe bet or something to be entered into lightly.  Especially if you are getting married for a second or third time. Read More …