McKinley Irvin Blogs from December 2019

  • Relocating After a Divorce: Potential Legal Issues

    Relocating After a Divorce: Potential Legal Issues If either you or your ex-spouse plans to move to a different town, state, or country after your divorce, you need to consider the legal implications before you make any big changes. It’s understandable if you want to spread your wings and start fresh, move closer to family, or take a new job somewhere else. However, as tempting as this idea may be, it’s important to think about how relocating could affect your life post-divorce. If you are relocating with children , the change could be far more complex than you think. Before ...
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  • How to Be a Good Witness in Divorce Court

    How to Be a Good Witness in Divorce Court Have you been asked to appear as a witness in a divorce hearing? Divorce court can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know what to expect. Even if you know what you wish to say, answering questions on the spot during the examination can be overwhelming and may make you nervous or confused. In order to act as a beneficial witness, there are a few things you can do to make the process easier and more successful. Does Every Divorce Need a Witness? Witnesses are not called in every divorce, though they can be beneficial in ...
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