Why Can’t a Lawyer Represent Both Spouses in an Uncontested Divorce?

Today I shot a quick video to review why I can’t represent both spouses in a divorce situation – even if it is uncontested. Hey? Jim Hart here. I hope you’re doing well today from The Hart Law Firm. I thought I would do a quick video today this morning. I’m about to head out […]

What does “Complex Divorce… Made Easy” really mean?

I’ve recently changed the tagline on my website to “Complex Divorce… Made Easy”. You may be wondering what that means. Here’s the quick and dirty explaination. Not all divorces are complex. Some cases are actually relatively simple. If you are in a situation where you don’t own property, you have a relatively short marriage, there […]

Questions about a Collaborative Divorce Practice

In response to my most recent blog post, I’ve received some questions about what taking my family law practice 100% Collaborative means for the remainder of my practice…  Here are some of the questions I’ve received and my responses: Does this mean that you’ll only do collaborative divorces? Actually, No.  It only means that I […]

Absolute Divorce Only?

Lately I’ve had quite a few people contact me because they have been separated from their spouse for over a year, they have resolved all of their issues with their spouse, and they just want to get divorced.  For these folks, a full-blown divorce assessment really is not necessary. However, that doesn’t mean that you […]

New Information on Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina

In the past several weeks, I’ve received numerous emails from readers who are looking for information on whether we can help them with an uncontested divorce, so I’ve decided to post some information on the process under the “NC Divorce Laws” section of the website.  Here is a direct link. The bottom line is that […]