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  • Is My Husband’s Military Pension Considered Marital Property?
      by HG.org

    When military personnel marry someone, these individuals may face their pension or other benefits becoming part of the marriage with transferrable action to the spouse. It is important to understand how these benefits and accounts work with a spouse, so that there are no complications when either separating or attempting to apply them for certain situations.

  • Modifying Parenting Plans Years after a Divorce
      by HG.org

    Parenting plans setup through the courts by judgment may change depending on certain factors when both ex-spouses are willing to alter previous plans. The timeframe to make these changes may depend on the state, and any other factors usually greatly involve both parents that ensure the upbringing of the child is taken care of in these situations.

  • How Long Do I Have Military Tricare after a Divorce?
      by HG.org

    When divorcing a spouse, an individual in the military needs to update the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System first and then ensure that all other documentation is up to date as well. Then, the person needs to contact Tricare to determine if any other processes need completing based on the year, state or new changes.

  • Virginia Grounds for Divorce
      by HG.org

    Virginia recognizes both fault and no-fault grounds for parties who want to get divorced. The grounds that a spouse alleges will depend on the particular circumstances involved in the divorce and the motivation of the spouse.

  • How the Equitable Distribution Process in New Jersey Works
      by HG.org

    New Jersey uses equitable distribution when dividing the property between the spouses. This principle recognizes that each party is due a portion of the property and the distribution should be fair. However, the division is not always equal.

  • The Five Types of Spousal Support in California
      by HG.org

    California provides for various types of spousal support when couples separate or divorce in the state. Divorce is often an expensive undertaking in many couples. However, the financial disparity between spouses is most recognized during this period, and spousal support provides a way to better equalize the financial situations between the spouses.

  • Physical versus Legal Custody in New York State
      by HG.org

    New York recognizes two types of custody: legal and physical. Either or both types of custody may be sole or joint in nature. Additionally, more courts are recognizing the parents’ ability to negotiate their own terms and parenting plans so that the legal designations are not as stringent as they were years ago.

  • 20 Factors New York Courts Consider When Determining Spousal Support Calculation
      by HG.org

    After New York courts have determined that spousal support should be paid, they consider the following 20 factors in determining how much support payments should be:

  • What States Allow a Common Law Marriage?
      by HG.org

    When living with a romantic partner, it is possible for common law marriages to occur through time that may affect both parties in different ways. However, when the relationship ends, it is important for each common law spouse to know how to dissolve the marriage so that there is no negative impact from the situation.

  • Things You Should Not Do During a Divorce

    Some things may negatively affect your divorce case.

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