CCN Monthly Video Recap — August 2016

August 2016

Men’s Divorce, sponsor Cordell & Cordell and sister site have teamed up to present a series of recap videos to keep you informed on the latest news and top stories for each of the websites.

Over the past month, the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys recognized Cordell & Cordell as a 10 Best Family Law Firm for Client Satisfaction in Missouri.

A third-party attorney rating organization, the AIOFLA selects nominees for each state through a rigorous process of peer and client evaluation, research and independent assessments.

One of the significant aspects of the selection process is the relationship and reputation between an attorney and their client, which is an area of emphasis for the domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell.

Dad’s Divorce posted a new article regarding recent research that found many divorcing couples are ending seemingly fixable marriages.

According to a Marriage Foundation survey of 22,000 couples, nearly 60 percent of those who divorced over a period of four years described their marriages as happy one year prior to breaking up.

These findings are significant, since it appears many couples are deciding to divorce without putting any effort into fixing the relationship, which also puts extra hardships on children.

Men’s Divorce published a new article detailing the importance of documentation when it comes to important records and household possessions.

You will need many important documents throughout the divorce process, many of which include only one copy kept somewhere in the home. You need to make copies of these early in the case, as you may lose access once the divorce begins.

Additionally, creating an inventory of household possessions, such as your wife’s jewelry collection, will help prevent certain expensive items from disappearing causing you to lose out on your share of the value.

Check out the Cordell & Cordell monthly video recap below:

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