Divorce Timing To Coincide With Upcoming Changes In Alimony Taxation

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Marriages are like partnerships, with each partner making different contributions to the marriage. If a divorce occurs, the couple must then work through the arduous task of dividing assets and settling financial obligations. If you are expecting the receipt of alimony from a divorce, a change in the tax law is likely to affect your strategy of how and when to seek alimony. You also want to consider hiring an attorney from a firm such as http://www.

19 July 2018

Easier Than You Think: Revocable Trusts

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If you are creating an estate plan, you might be not be doing yourself any favors if you don't go beyond the will. While a will is an irreplaceable and a vital part of your total estate plan, a revocable trust can work in tandem with a will to make a complete plan. Read on to learn how surprisingly easy this form of estate planning can be. What is a revocable trust?

20 May 2018

Getting Divorced? Know How To Make Special Events Go Smoothly

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Sharing child custody can be tough when a birthday or holiday comes up. It may be hard at first to deal with them, but it does get easier over the years. Here are a few ways to make celebrating special events go smoothly for everyone involves. Come Up With A Formal Agreement During the divorce process, it will help to decide on a formal agreement between you and your spouse about how special events will be celebrated after the divorce.

14 February 2018

Different Ways A Custody Lawyer Can Help You With Your Case

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If you are going through a separation, or the custody agreement that you made in the past is no longer working for you, you will want to make sure that you are hiring a custody lawyer to assist you. While this is technically a legal situation that you could try to handle on your own, it may not be in your best interest, or in the best interest of your child to do so.

6 November 2017

The Dos And Don'ts Of Disagreeing About The Kids During A Divorce

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For couples who are married with children, the hardest part of getting a divorce is probably going to be agreeing on custody and child-rearing matters. Things can escalate quickly, and you may find yourself co-parenting with someone you barely recognize any longer. The good news is that it usually doesn't come to that, and you can strive to effectively co-parent with your soon-to-be ex no matter what the situation of your divorce may be.

20 July 2017

Going Through The Big "D" In Dallas: Texas Divorce Laws That Could Apply To You

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There may be a song about it, but the truth is, divorce is a real possibility if you live in the city of Dallas. The two primary metropolitan areas of Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston see marriages dissolve more often than any other city of sizable comparison, according to a report from the New York Times. If you happen to be one of the individuals considering divorce and you live in the great state of Texas, there are a few divorce laws that could come into play.

10 August 2016

Can You Win Custody Of A Younger Sibling?

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When both parents of a child have passed away, the responsibility for raising the child usually falls to family members. In some cases, the family member could be a young adult sibling. If the parents did not specify who should have custody of the child and other family members are opposed to the sibling having the child, a court battle could ensue.. If you are the older sibling, whether or not you are successful depends on several factors.

11 May 2016