Dear Clients and Friends, Disputes on how child support is being spent are fairly common. But whether a parent can be forced to explain how the money is actually being used depends greatly on over-all circumstances and varies from state to state. In Delaware, Indiana, … [Read more...] about Can spouses be forced to show how child support is spent?
Dear clients and friends, Below are some of our FAQ's regarding Spousal Support. Q: Is Spousal support the same as alimony? Yes. In California it is referred to as spousal support and its purpose is the same as alimony which is to maintain a former spouse's … [Read more...] about Spousal support in California FAQ’S
Dear Clients and Friends, Commencing a Divorce matter always involves the formalities of a court filing and handling the paper work needed prior to a final judgment being officially entered. Between complying with these formalities the parties can choose one of these … [Read more...] about Mediation in Divorce matters
Dear Clients and Friends, Love can blind a person to many things, and bad credit is one of them. But that’s an issue that can come back to bite you later. If your spouse-to-be has bad credit, it can cause huge problems, keeping you from having the kind of married life you’d … [Read more...] about If your spouse-to-be has a “bad” debt scene…
Dear Clients and Friends, A growing number of divorced people are buying a house with a new partner to whom they are not yet married. In some cases, the couple plan to marry, but as a result of their current divorce and other complications they’re not able to arrange … [Read more...] about Recommendations on buying a house with another before you remarry
Dear Clients and Friends, If you’re like most people, you’ve probably read stories about celebrity divorces, seen their dirty laundry aired in public and maybe even breathed a sigh of relief that you’re not in that boat. But even if you’re a relative nobody, your privacy can … [Read more...] about Protecting your privacy in a divorce proceeding