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Blog Posts in April, 2013

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  • WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO CHANGE CUSTODY?
    WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO CHANGE CUSTODY?

    In a June 4, 2012 , blog post , I discussed the necessity for showing a material adverse change in circumstances in the custodial parent’s household adversely affecting the child. I discussed the ...

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  • WHAT DO I DO ABOUT TAXES WHILE SEPARATED?
    WHAT DO I DO ABOUT TAXES WHILE SEPARATED?

    Divorce lawyers often get questions as to how to deal with taxes in a divorce context. There are two basic filing statuses for separated spouses: married, filing jointly; married, filing separately. ...

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  • DOES FILING FIRST MATTER?
    DOES FILING FIRST MATTER?

    Many people come to me with a great deal of worry, saying it is imperative that they “file first.” As a rule, this is a misplaced worry, but there are things to consider and talk about. There are ...

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  • ESCALATION CLAUSES ARE ALLOWED BY AGREEMENT; A DIFFERENT STANDARD THAN IF COURT ORDERED
    ESCALATION CLAUSES ARE ALLOWED BY AGREEMENT; A DIFFERENT STANDARD THAN IF COURT ORDERED

    An escalation clause is a provision in an order or agreement that automatically changes a payment based upon changes in circumstances. This allows for changes without having to go back to attorneys or ...

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