Sunday, 25 March 2012 02:36

Beijing divorce agreement

Our Beijing divorce lawyer will explain how to draft a Beijing divorce agreement.

As time goes on after you're divorced, you may decide that the terms of your divorce no longer work for you given changes in your life or in your children's lives. For example, your employer is in financial trouble and has asked everyone to take a reduction in salary or your children have gotten older and require more expenses. Or maybe you've never been happy with the terms of your divorce and, although you've done your best to live with them, you've decided now is the time to try to get them changed.

If you and your former spouse see eye to eye on the changes, modifying your agreement or the judge's court order should be relatively hassle-free, assuming that the court shares your perspectives. Just as you did when you got your divorce, you must draw up a revised agreement with the help of your attorneys to be certain that you do not create any problems for yourselves. Then the attorney of whoever wanted to change the agreement files the agreement with the court so that the new agreement can be court ordered. However, if you want things changed and your spouse doesn't, or vice versa (which is more likely), you may be in for a replay of your divorce battles.

If you and your spouse don't see eye to eye about the changes one of you wants to make to the terms of your divorce and you don't want to minimize your legal expenses, try mediation. Mediation is a good way to avoid the expense and emotional upset of hiring attorneys and possibly having to go to court again.

Courts are more open to changing the terms of custody, child-support, or spousal support agreements than they are to changing the terms of a property settlement agreement. In fact, many states prohibit such a change. States that do allow modifications of property settlement agreements usually provide only a very short window of opportunity — typically 30 days after your divorce — for requesting the change.

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Wednesday, 14 March 2012 02:14

Beijing Divorce Lawyer

The majority of the cases handled by the lawyers of this Beijing Law Firm are divorce cases. Divorce is a highly challenging area of law due to the complex legal and emotional issues which are involved. Consequently, whether you are the spouse filing for divorce or the spouse responding to a divorce action, it is critical that you have the right representation.

Because of the expense involved, and the relationships with children which are often involved, our lawyers' primary goal is to get our clients through the divorce process as efficiently as possible given the particular circumstances of the client. Our Beijing divorce lawyers recognize the importance of negotiation and attempting to settle divorce related-matters, and encourage our clients to do so in every case. Often a divorce case can be resolved through informal negotiations. In many cases, however, a more formal approach is necessary. In such cases, mediation is used to effectively resolve disputes.

Although an attempt will always be made to resolve a divorce through settlement, our lawyers also recognize that in many cases, divorcing spouses simply cannot agree on the terms of their divorce. As a consequence, these cases must go to trial. In such cases, our lawyers have the experience necessary to effectively pursue our client's interests in the courtroom.

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