Divorce

  • Option to Hire a Privately Compensated Temporary Judge

    … If you are going through a divorce then you are likely aware of how impacted the courts are, due to a limited budget, and how long a divorce can be drawn out as a result of court hearings being scheduled months out. Impacted courts are especially a concern for litigants going through a divorce who are dealing with a heavily emotional legal case…

    San Diego Divorce Attorneys Blog- 1 readers -
  • Can My Ex-Wife Move Out of State with Our Child?

    … What happens when you decide to initiate divorce while your child is still an infant? In the case of Jason Green and Courtney Parks, the court awarded joint legal custody but - there's always a but, right? - gave the mother primary physical custody and the final say in situations when the parents couldn't reach an agreement. The court…

    Sonoma County Lawyer Blog- 1 readers -
  • Florida Child Support Calculations: When Parents Split Up Children 50/50

    … In Florida, child support is calculated per Florida statute 61.30. It is usually a relatively simple mathematical calculation based on the parties’ monthly net incomes, the children’s health insurance expenses, day care/aftercare expenses and the number of overnights the children spend with a particular parent. But what happens when the parties split up the children… Read more → The post Florida Child Support Calculations: When Parents Split Up Children 50/50 appeared first on LaBovick Law Group. …

    Joseph Fields/ LaBovick Law Group- 1 readers -
  • Minnesota Divorce Basics: Invading Non-Marital Property

    … In terms of dividing the assets and liabilities of the parties following divorce, the first step in the analysis involves determining which assets are “marital” and which assets are “non-marital.” Simply stated, marital assets are those acquired during the marriage, through marital efforts. Non-marital assets are those that one spouse: (1…

    Jason Brown/ MN Family Law Blog- 1 readers -
  • Collaborative Divorce Becoming a Popular Option

    … The concept of a "collaborative divorce" is both a unique approach, as well as a unique process, when moving forward with an uncontested, no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania. As it sounds, a collaborative divorce is an option for those couples who are not only able to work together, but are able to make a substantial commitment to an amicable…

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  • Key Concepts In Dividing Property During Divorce In Minnesota

    … by statute as “without the consent of the other party…in contemplation of divorce, separation or annulment…” transferring, encumbering (creating debt against), concealing or disposing of marital assets, except in the usual course of business or for necessities of life. Here are a few examples of dissipation: Selling a motorcycle to a family member…

    Jason Brown/ MN Family Law Blog- 2 readers -
  • The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

    … jockey at the local radio station. He was right. I had a pretty good time in high school. I just never knew it. If you are going through the worst of times due to a divorce or separation, remember, “To change your world, just change your mind.” You may find yourself going from the worst of times to the best of times. Tags: Divorce Subscribe…

    James J. Gross/ Maryland Divorce Legal Crier- 2 readers -
  • Hennepin County Divorce Resources

    … About one-half of the divorce and family law cases our lawyers handle are venued in Hennepin County. Located in downtown Minneapolis, the Hennepin County Family Justice Center provides a central hub for all sorts of resources for litigants doing through a divorce, custody dispute, or domestic abuse proceeding. The nice thing about Hennepin County…

    Jason Brown/ MN Family Law Blog- 3 readers -
  • The Person Who Leaves First, Loses

    …, loses. Subscribe Related posts: The Deceiver and the DenierIs Divorce Always the Fault of One Person?Will I Lose the Marital Home if I Leave?IRS Loses Millions in False Alimony DeductionsCredit Card Companies Can Predict Divorce This entry was posted on Thursday, December 11th, 2014 at 1:48 pm and is filed under Divorce, Emotions. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. …

    James J. Gross/ Maryland Divorce Legal Crier- 2 readers -
  • AT&T Pension Benefits and QDROs

    …) and various annuity options that pay benefits in different formats to the participant and his or her survivor. These benefits can be substantial and are often among the property divided in a divorce. Dividing these benefits requires a special court order known as a qualified domestic relations order, or QDRO. A QDRO describes to the plan administrator…

    Adam Kielich/ The Kielich Law Firm - Bedford, Texas- 3 readers -
  • Divorce and Taxes in Pennsylvania

    … or your spouse can afford to after the divorce is final. Another concern may be whether alimony will be a factor or how to equitably divide the marital assets so that you have some level of financial comfort following the divorce. What many people do not think about is whether the divorce and other related matters will have an impact on their personal…

    Jason Martin/ PA Family Law Blog - 2 readers -
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