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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 Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
In a military divorce, there are many different issues that you and your co-parent must address. These can include child custody, visitation rights and support. Custody is the legal right to make decisions about your children, including their residency, education and health care. The judge will determine custody based on...
Main News
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By Lonnie Nelson
One of the most complex areas of property division in a divorce is determining how to value and distribute assets owned by a family business. A forensic accountant can help a spouse determine the monetary value of a business to ensure that all marital assets are distributed fairly in a...
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 Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
When couples divorce, they often have disputes about alimony. These disputes can be contentious, costly and stressful. Men have traditionally received less spousal support than women, but this is changing. Today, more men are receiving spousal support than ever before. 1. The Judge’s Decision Alimony is a form of financial...
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...
Child Custody
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By Lonnie Nelson
Divorce is a stressful time in a person’s life. If possible, it is best to enter a settlement agreement with your spouse to avoid the stress and expense of going to Court. This way, you can decide what custody and visitation arrangements are best for your kids. You can also...
Contested Divorce
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By Lonnie Nelson
Are same-sex couples entitled to the same legal rights as married couples? In many respects, the answer is a resounding yes. A civil union or domestic partnership grants the same rights to the same-sex spouses as married couples do. These legal rights can include inheritance rights and automatic parenting rights....
Child Custody
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By Lonnie Nelson
There are several requirements for a “no child support” agreement. First, both parties must understand the Child Support Guidelines. Second, the agreement must reflect that it is better for the child than paying support. This can be tricky to prove. Examples could include the costs involved in pursuing support, or...
Divorce Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
If you are considering a same-sex divorce, you may be wondering how to proceed. New York divorce laws are different than most states, and the process is complicated – especially if the couple has children or substantial assets. Contacting a New York divorce lawyer can help you navigate the divorce...
Divorce Lawyers and Firms
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By Lonnie Nelson
There are many reasons for a divorce, but the most common one is adultery. Adultery is the sexual intercourse between a married couple with someone other than their spouse. It includes oral or anal intercourse and must be done voluntarily. In New York, adultery is a grounds for divorce, and...
Contested Divorce
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By Lonnie Nelson
If you are considering filing for a same-sex divorce, it’s important to know that it will be handled in much the same way as a traditional divorce. Property division, spousal support, and child custody are all decided by the court. Besides property division, many other factors are also considered. You...