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Follow-Up: How Do Jurisdiction Requirements Change for Military Divorces?

Editor’s Note: Last week, we discussed jurisdiction requirements for civilian divorces. In response to a few questions we received, we’re going to expand on that topic this week to cover the differences for military divorces.  Are you a servicemember that

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“Where Can I Get Divorced?” Jurisdiction Requirements for Civilian Divorces

Understanding Jurisdiction Requirements for Obtaining a Valid Divorce for Civilians In most states, getting married is relatively easy. You usually just need a license, a ceremony, and two people who are at least 18 years old (with some exceptions and

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Marital Contracts, Part II: Separation Agreements

In the first part of this series on marital contracts, we discussed agreements that are entered into in anticipation of marriage – more commonly known as pre-nups. For the second part of the series, we are going to focus on

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Part 3 – The Probate Process: Intestate Succession

Editor’s Note: This is Part 3 of our series on the Probate Process. To learn more, start with Part 1: The Will and Part 2: Ways to Contest a Will.  What happens when you don’t make a plan for your estate? In

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