A divorcing couple will need to divide assets during their divorce proceedings, and it’s important to know what counts as “property” in these cases. Most courts refer to two types of “property” in divorce cases: “real property” and “personal property.” … ContinuedRead More
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A divorce case involving children will certainly involve custody negotiations. The court will assess each spouse’s fitness as a parent and strive for a custody arrangement that fits the best interests of the couple’s children. “Legal custody” refers to the … ContinuedRead More
Whether or not to stay friends with your ex after your divorce is not as simple as a yes or no. There are many factors to consider and whether you have children together is just one of them. Without Children … ContinuedRead More
Parents are not obligated to pay for their child’s college education. Legally, they are adults and you are no longer required to support them. Not all parents are in the financial position to help pay for their child’s college education. … ContinuedRead More
If a spouse dies, the spousal and/or child support payments die with them. This leaves the surviving ex-spouse scrambling financially. Life insurance is rarely a hotly contested issue in divorce cases. In fact, it’s often overlooked and left out of … ContinuedRead More