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October 2015 Archives

Helping clients with concerns about temporary alimony

Couples who decide that they will not be able to save their marriage and are ready to pursue a divorce should be aware that state law dictates they will have to be separated and live in different locations for at least a year before proceedings can begin.

Why the marital home can become a sticking point in any divorce

While the process of dividing marital property in a divorce can be unsettling and perhaps slightly embittering, most couples are nevertheless able to keep their emotions in check and work toward mutually acceptable solutions, such that each side is happy with their share of the finances and the furniture.    

Forbidden or allowed: the intricacies of a prenuptial agreement

As the years have passed, more and more couples are looking to the prenuptial agreement to not only protect themselves in case of a divorce, but to also establish some crucial ground rules for their marriage. Prenups used to be something of a faux pas: a contract that couples that were about to get married feared, as opposed to embraced.

If you pay or receive alimony, then this post is for you

Alimony is an important factor in many divorces. Often called spousal support, alimony sees one of the former spouses pay his or her ex-spouse to fulfill a financial need of that spouse. The paying spouse also has to have the financial ability to pay alimony without detriment to his or her ability to live. In addition, alimony isn't something that is guaranteed to be awarded in any divorce.

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