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Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
Spousal support is money ordered by the court to be paid from one spouse to the other during a divorce case, in order to help maintain or improve standard of living, or assist an ailing partner become self-reliant. Reimbursing someone may be tax deductible for you as the payer while...
Divorce LawDivorce Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
Articles can be an engaging way of reaching out and connecting with your target audience, inviting them to become more invested in your brand and interact with it directly. They can inform, educate and inspire. One question frequently asked by couples regarding prenuptial agreements is if they are enforceable or...
Divorce LawDivorce Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
Temporary spousal support is usually ordered at the request for order stage of the case and lasts until the divorce is final. It may also end if either party remarries or dies. Permanent spousal support is usually awarded at the end of the trial. It is meant to help a...
Divorce LawDivorce Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
When working out a divorce settlement, property valuation is often part of the process. It is especially important to determine the value of community property assets. This includes all wages, savings, investments and any other property that has been acquired during the marriage. However, it is sometimes hard to determine...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
One of the biggest challenges of a divorce is determining how to divide your assets. Especially when you have retirement accounts such as IRAs, pensions and 401(k)s. Each account type has its own rules and procedures to avoid taxes and penalties when dividing them during the divorce. Typically, these include...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
There are no simple rules about how the family home is to be divided in a divorce or dissolution. Usually, the court will look at the circumstances of your marriage and finances before making a decision. When a couple gets a divorce, most states use the principle of equitable distribution...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
Child support is a payment that the non-custodial parent makes to the custodial parent to help provide for a child’s basic needs. This money is intended to cover expenses like food, clothing and shelter. The current system of enforcement often targets low-income parents, especially Black fathers, who are more likely...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that protects you and your spouse from financial and emotional hardships during and after the divorce. There are many things to consider before signing up for one, including: how you will protect yourself, who will have power of attorney, and the costs of...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
When a divorced person is in a relationship with another, they may be asked to pay alimony to their ex-spouse. This monetary support may either be rehabilitative or compensatory in nature. Alimony is not paid forever and can be terminated in some cases. Rehabilitative alimony Rehabilitative alimony is an award...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
Whether you are contemplating a divorce or you are just interested in learning more about it, it is important to know what the three types of divorce are. These include: No-fault divorce, contested divorce, and collaborative divorce. Contested divorce Generally, a contested divorce is one where both parties disagree on...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
Research has shown that if we change our minds, we can actually change our behavior. However, it’s not always possible, and we might be too late if the decision has already been made. It takes milliseconds to change a thought and, by that time, we may have become committed to...
Divorce Law
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By Lonnie Nelson
Mediation is a great way to reach a collaborative settlement. Arbitration, on the other hand, is a good way to conclude a dispute in a more definitive manner. Both methods have advantages and disadvantages. Mediation involves more time and money, while arbitration requires less time. Mediation is often the most...