Tag Archives: Contested

What is a Contested Divorce?

When Jim and Alice met during their first year in college they never would have thought the words “contested divorce” were anywhere in their future. They began dating at the end of sophomore year, got engaged after graduation and got … Continue reading

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Contested Divorce in California

Things can get complicated in a contested divorce. If you are ready to seek a divorce from your spouse or domestic partner, and anticipate their reluctance to proceed quickly and fairly through the divorce process, you may be headed for … Continue reading

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Blecher-Prigat on Contested Parentage & Relationships Between Prospective Parents

Ayelet Blecher-Prigat (The Academic College for Law & Science) has posted Conceiving Parents (Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This article revisits the contested question of parentage determination upon a child’s birth and argues that … Continue reading

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When Not to Compromise – Contested Divorce in Texas

Being agreeable while ending your marriage can save both of you from unnecessary grief and litigation cost. But there are important reasons to contest a divorce, times when you should choose not to compromise with your soon-to-be former spouse. The … Continue reading

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