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John Zurzola, Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby John Zurzola, Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby

Sometimes, the length of time it takes to get parties divorced and then to implement the provisions of an agreement or judgment can be long. Things happen along the way. Practitioners can agree that one of the more common reasons for divorces to drag on are all of the ancillary litigation that can accompany a typical case—even if one or both of the parties started out wanting a “quick and easy divorce.” Divorces get bogged down in support and custody litigation, discovery issues and special relief requests, and even domestic violence litigation.

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