When Will This Case Ever End?
At last, you are ready to learn about the legal procedures that will control the final phases of your divorce. For example, you may be told the news that your case has been “placed on the court’s Trial Setting Calendar.”
This sounds like progress, of course, but what does this mean? Where is your divorce case going? In the articles listed below, you will find the answers to these questions.
Divorce Settlement Negotiations
Understanding settlement negotiations will put you in a better position to take part in this critical effort to resolve everything you have worked for up until now. Learn more about divorce settlement negotiations.
Negotiating Divorce Attorney Fees
If you are making a relatively small claim, founded upon your spouse’s lack of cooperation, be ready to consider waiving your claim for fees in order to settle the case itself on terms that meet your long term objectives. Learn more about negotiating attorney fees.
The Divorce Trial
If your case does not settle, your attorney will appear before the judge and will confirm the trial date and the “time estimate” of how long they believe the trial will take to complete. Learn more about the divorce trial.