Five new attitudes to adopt after a divorce.
The combined factors of a high rate of divorce, longer life span, and a higher amount of people eligible for remarriage result in a record number of second marriages. Before taking the plunge for a second time, you should be aware of some legal concerns: Including Your New Spouse in Your Estate Plan Often there […]
The 2017-2018 Scholarship Announced.
Each State has different laws and agreements when it comes to divorce proceedings, especially when dealing with personal injury lawsuits. One thing that is the same with each state is that there is always an evaluation of the situation and who should be awarded what. The law usually limits the damages you can receive regarding […]
If you are currently paying child support and just received a personal injury settlement, the settlement received may alter the amount you pay in monthly child support payments. See below for various examples on how your monthly payments can potentially change. Consideration of Taxable or Nontaxable Income: Many states view personal injury settlements as a […]
Who claims the children on their taxes?
A divorce can be difficult for all parties involved. There are many legal issues to tackle, and making even one error can slow down and complicate the entire process. Let’s take a look at five common questions that estranged couples ask during divorce proceedings. Is divorce the same thing as an annulment or legal separation? […]
What income is used for child support guidelines?
Wrongful death is defined as the death of a person from an injury that was caused by neglect or by any wrongful act committed by another person or a company. The act in question must be of the kind that was avoidable. Some common examples include: Automobile accidents Slip and fall accidents Product Defects Complications […]
What is Bridge-the-Gap Alimony?