Get Answers Today 601.202.5594
Live the Life You Were Intended to Lead We'll Make Sure Your Family Remains Secure & Intact

Blog Posts in May, 2013

All Posts
  • GRANDMOTHER LOSES CUSTODY TO UNWED FATHER EVEN THOUGH SHE WAS THE CHILD’S CARETAKER!
    GRANDMOTHER LOSES CUSTODY TO UNWED FATHER EVEN THOUGH SHE WAS THE CHILD’S CARETAKER!

    In a child-custody determination between a natural parent and a third party, such as a grandparent, the law presumes that it is in the best interest of the child for the natural parent to have ...

    Read More
  • THREE SIMPLE THOUGHTS FOR POST DIVORCE PARENTING
    THREE SIMPLE THOUGHTS FOR POST DIVORCE PARENTING

    Parenting is hard. We know that children try to divide and conquer us, even in the best of marriages, let alone, divided parents. We also know that children want what they want, and resent it when ...

    Read More
  • COMMINGLING OF SEPARATE HOME DOES NOT EQUATE TO 50/50 SPLIT OF VALUE
    COMMINGLING OF SEPARATE HOME DOES NOT EQUATE TO 50/50 SPLIT OF VALUE

    Decisions on the division of equity in homes run the full gamut. It seems the Appellate Courts typically affirm a trial judge’s ruling, thus allowing judges to make decisions based upon the facts of ...

    Read More
  • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ARE REQUIRED IN ALL DIVORCE CASES - PART TWO
    FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ARE REQUIRED IN ALL DIVORCE CASES - PART TWO

    Even though you might get stuck with a bad financial statement, the Judge cannot ignore the true facts sometimes. In a recent blog , we showed how a fellow was punished on both ends with inaccuracies ...

    Read More
  • WHEN DO WE DETERMINE THE VALUE OF ASSETS FOR EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION?
    WHEN DO WE DETERMINE THE VALUE OF ASSETS FOR EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION?

    When do we determine the value of assets for equitable distribution purposes? The date of separation? The date of divorce? Or some other date, such as the date of the temporary order? The Court has ...

    Read More
  • JUDGES SHOULD SAY WHY THEY DO THINGS
    JUDGES SHOULD SAY WHY THEY DO THINGS

    Judges should say why they do things. In Carney v. Carney , No. 2010-CT–00646–SCT (5/9/13), the Judge did a thorough analysis of the pertinent factors in making her decision but failed to state why ...

    Read More