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Why may a marriage be void?

A marriage is thought of by the courts as a legally binding contract. That's not nearly as romantic as the general perception of marriage, but that is how the legal system looks at the process to help determine the rights of both parties.

Know your housing options when divorcing

Going through a divorce can take its toll emotionally, but there are plenty of other factors to consider, as well. One of those factors is what should be done with the family home. While in some cases it makes sense for one spouse to keep it, in other cases, it is better for the home to be sold and the spouses to split the proceeds. There isn't any one-size-fit-all solution when it comes to family homes, and each divorce is different. By working closely with an attorney, you and your spouse can determine the best course of action for a family home during divorce. Here are some issues to consider:

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