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  • 28 Mar. 2013

    Timing and Implementing Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (" ATROs ") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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  • 26 Mar. 2013

    What should you expect during a Divorce Mediation?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    It should come as no surprise that dissolution is an extremely stressful event, no matter whether mediation or litigation is in play. Tempers can run high, and emotions are intense. Though the mediation process can't extinguish these feelings, your mediator can give you some tools for managing anger and expectations. Most importantly, your mediator can remind you that a successful process ...
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  • 21 Mar. 2013

    Protections from Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (" ATROs ") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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  • 19 Mar. 2013

    How do you start a Mediation for Divorce?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    All divorce processes start with the filing of a petition. for a complete overview on the early stage of the dissolution process. A mediator can assist with the preparation of a petition for dissolution and the filing of a petition with the court. Mediation may be more straight-forward than litigation, in terms of cost and scheduling, but the process is just as serious and structured. Remember to ...
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  • 14 Mar. 2013

    Exceptions in Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders ("ATROs") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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