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College Expenses and the Repudiated Parent

Higher education is practically a necessity in today’s job climate, but paying for it is increasingly out of reach for many families, unless they take on massive loans. Divorced parents may have an even harder time finding money for college, and typically, the parents’ obligation to financially support a child end at the age of...

New Bill Would Presume Shared Parenting

Even today, with all of the shifting roles parents play in a child’s life, the stereotype persists that fathers are incapable of properly caring for a child without the assistance of the mother or other family members. This dynamic can lead to the mother receiving preference when it comes to parenting time awards, as judges...

Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

Couples going through divorce will have to deal with a variety of competing emotions and reactions, both from each other and loved ones invested in the couple’s happiness. This process is not easy, and the sensitive nature of the issues pertinent to divorce can turn many spouses away from the light of the courtroom to...

Divorcing Over 50

Spouses do not generally take pride in getting divorced, and most do everything possible to avoid this outcome. The assumption often is that getting married later in life or having a decade of marriage under one’s belt means the likelihood of divorce is quite small, but numbers from the last few years on the groups...

Reasons to Sign a Prenuptial Agreement

The early romantic days of a relationship are filled with a level of giddiness and optimism that is almost impossible to sustain as each person becomes more comfortable with the other. When the “Honeymoon Phase” is over, however, many people worry what will happen if their partnership does not last forever. The practical realities of...

Disability Does Not Automatically Lead to Spousal Maintenance

Finding ways to achieve financial stability after a divorce is one of the hardest adjustments former spouses must make. Earning more money is not necessarily a realistic possibility, at least in the short-term, but the division of marital property is supposed to help make this transition possible. Some spouses, though, have no realistic way to...

Is it Possible to Keep Your Divorce Records Private?

No one enjoys airing the details of their marriage during a divorce, even to family and close friends. The thought of releasing this sensitive information to the public gaze is infinitely worse, but that is the reality facing every couple that files for a traditional divorce. Documents filed with a court are considered part of...

Special Considerations for Divorces Involving Domestic Violence

Getting out of a bad marriage is not as easy as it often looks and sounds from the outside. There are a lot of significant and difficult adjustments that must be made to go from married to single, even when the split is amicable and mutual. When one spouse is against, or actively fights, a...

The Benefit of Using an Attorney for Your Divorce

Divorce is considered by most people who have experienced it as the most difficult time in their lives, and a period which required a number of hard decisions be made in a relatively short period of time. Divorce extracts an emotional, financial, and lifestyle toll on everyone involved, and trying to find the fastest and...

What is a Proof of Claim in Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy can provide the financial relief a person needs, but the process to achieve this outcome is complicated. Bankruptcy law is one of the more technical areas in the legal system, and even sophisticated entities can make mistakes. Much of the complexity comes from the numerous documents that must be filed in a certain order,...

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