Divorce Articles
Child support refers to the money that the noncustodial parent must pay to the custodian parent for the care and upbringing of a child after the parents separate. This serves as a parental contribution...     read more


Nearly half of all marriages ended in divorce and almost one-quarter of all children were born to unmarried parents in the US. Most of the children who live in single-parent families have a legal right...     read more


A divorce settlement agreement is a contract voluntarily entered into between a husband and a wife in which they agree to resolve such matters as property division, debts, child custody, child support,...     read more


Q: Will a quitclaim deed release me from the mortgage obligation? We held equity loans on two separate properties and during our divorce, each property was signed off to its respective owner using a quitclaim...     read more


Many judges are patient and understanding with plaintiffs who do not have a lawyer. Child support is usually a standard calculation based on expenses and income and the court can help in enforcing the...     read more


It is important to protect your legal rights during the divorce process. Hiring a divorce lawyer offers many advantages: 1) they know the law and stay up to date on changes in divorce law; 2) they know...     read more


The Most Important Estate Planning Documents • Last will and testament. This is a common estate planning method to transfer properties to beneficiary after a person dies. Though it is inexpensive, a will...     read more


With the passage of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013, many federal and state tax rules about Estate Taxes that had been in flux for years appear to be finally settled, at least for now. The majority...     read more


Estate planning can be a form of protection for you and your family and your assets. But this can also be a source of disagreement among family members. In order to reduce family strife, proper estate...     read more


Child support (or child maintenance) is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent for the upbringing and care of a child following the end of a marriage or other...     read more


Feuds over inheritance can be hard to mend but easy to prevent, if you have prepared earlier for that day when you are no longer around. That preparation can define the moments when your loved ones, devastated...     read more


1. Set the stage. To make this unpleasant process go as smoothly as possible be cordial and reasonable in all dealings with your spouse. Pay attention to your tone of voice, and body language. This will...     read more


Your divorce settlement agreement should follow the basic contract rules and requirement of the court plus all applicable state laws. You cannot have illegal reasons included in your agreement meaning...     read more


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