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- Steps of Protective Divorce Preparation
In today’s world, it is just as likely that a marriage will come to an end due to divorce just as much as it is for the couple to stay together. Marriages come to an end for many reasons, including adultery, problems communicating, control issues or many other reasons.
- Determining the Best Interests of the Child
In every one of the fifty states, judges use a “best interest of the child” standard in deciding child custody cases. Some have criticized the standard because, to some extent, it requires judges to rely on their own subjective beliefs about what is best for the children.
- Top Five Ways a Divorce Lawyer Can Help You
When divorcing, you hire a divorce attorney to do the things you are unable to do. The first and most important duty an attorney has is to help you navigate the often complex family law court system. Hiring a divorce attorney provides you with the best opportunity to successfully proceed with your case, giving you a much better chance for a positive outcome.
- Determining Child Support in Colorado
When divorcing couples have young children, determining child support will be one of the most important aspects of the final divorce agreement. Often, this issue can be hotly contested.
- Florida Allows Post-Judgment Modifications for Alimony--What You Need To Know
Alimony, known as spousal support, unless waived by both parties as part of the final judgment, is available in Florida for either spouse as needed during the litigation for a divorce, known as dissolution of marriage, and following the final decree.
- Divorcing Someone in the Military
Military lives are different in many ways. Someone who is part of the military can be divorced in our state courts just like everyone else. However, as we all know, there are some differences in military life that could make divorce a bit more complicated.
- Fathers’ Rights in New Jersey
When children are involved in a divorce, emotions can often turn an already stressful situation into an unbearable one, especially when both parents want to spend equal time with their children following the divorce. The decision of who will get primary physical custody of the children and which parent receives visitation rights is no longer automatic.
- Importance of Prenuptial Agreements in High Stakes Divorces
When a high profile New York real estate mogul and his wife recently announced their divorce, the bitter battle played out in the media, becoming a real life “War of the Roses.” The marriage ended after 57 years, but the fight had just begun.
- What Are the Odds? Man Wins $80 Million While Going Through a Divorce in Michigan.
An Oakland County Michigan husband won $80 Million and while the divorce case was pending, the arbitrator issued an interim order to divide the proceeds. But the arbitrator passed away before the divorce was final.
- Palimony in New Jersey after the Latest Challenge
A July 22, 2016 decision in New Jersey Superior Court, Lee v. Kim (Bergen County FM-02-1745-16), upholds the constitutionality of New Jersey’s 2010 law requiring cohabitation agreements, also known as “palimony” agreements, to be in writing. The case also stands as a good example of exactly why written agreements are necessary.