You have to take care of yourself after divorce to make the transition from married to single successfully.
Divorced from an alcoholic? Do you have a plan in place in case they go to rehab?
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The advice that I would give them is that Maryland is an equitable, not equal division state. Commonly fair in Maryland is an equal division of marital property absent extraordinary facts. What we tend to see clients struggle with in terms of fairness is when premarital or nonmarital assets become commingled with marital assets, and […]
Yes. With respect to child support, both parties are entitled to revisit support. If either party’s income changes by 15% or more, it can go up or down. This means that the recipient of maintenance may seek an award of an upward modification of the payer’s income increases. Likewise if the recipient’s income increases by […]
It depends how the property is titled. If the property is titled in one spouse’s name, only the spouse who owns the home can keep the property, because the court does not have the authority to transfer the home title in one spouse’s name to the other spouse. The house that is titled in only […]
Yes. In any New York divorce proceeding resolved after 2010 the payer of child support may apply for a reduction in support if his or her income is reduced by 15% or more, or three years have elapsed since the payments began. Or there’s a substantial change in circumstances that occur such as a disability […]