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Not Receiving Support Payments? Here Are Your Next Steps

When You Are Not Receiving Support Payments, It's Important to Discuss These Issues with an Experienced Family Law Attorney.

The Lump-Sum Divorce Settlement: A Trap for the Unwary

If you're considering a lump-sum divorce settlement, engaging an experienced professional financial planner during settlement negotiations – not afterwards – can be extremely helpful.

By:Rob Clarfeld | August 08, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Taking the Next Steps Post-Divorce

Just because the agreement has been signed doesn't mean your divorce is over. There may still be steps to take to implement that agreement; make sure to choose the right professional to help you complete each task.

Proving Cohabitation: 4 Steps to Confirm Your Ex is Living With Someone

If your former spouse is living with another person, it can change everything. Here's how to get sound, legal proof of cohabitation that you can use to renegotiate your alimony or custody obligations.

By:Elliot Rysenbry| April 24, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can I Afford to Get Divorced?

An Introduction to the costs associated with divorce litigation.

Premarital Agreements: The Ounce of Prevention

A well drafted premarital agreement can save you a lot of headaches down the line. Our latest article gives a brief overview of the history of premarital agreements and some common traps that render them void.

By:Steven Fernandez| March 18, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can Trusts Be Used in Equitable Distribution and Divorce Tax Planning?

The use of a trust in equitable distribution and tax planning in divorce situations can be complicated and not right in every situation. However, using a trust for equitable distribution and support payments could add an extra layer of protection for your client.

By:Walter Reed| January 26, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Is Divorce on Your New Year’s Resolutions List? Take these 4 Simple Steps First

If your New Year is starting with getting a divorce, follow these four simple tips to help you gain clarity and confidence about your decision – whether you stay or leave.

By:Karen Chellew| January 03, 2017 | (0) Comments |

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