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Blog Posts in February, 2014

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  • Are Bad Investments Considered Marital Waste?
    Are Bad Investments Considered Marital Waste?

    Many people complain their spouse has “wasted” assets by making investments which prove to be bad or by making investments without their knowledge. In one recent case, the woman complained the husband ...

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  • Facebook Posts Cost Stay-At-Home Mom Custody
    Facebook Posts Cost Stay-At-Home Mom Custody

    I continue to be amazed at what people are willing to put on Facebook. People should realize that postings on Facebook are really postings to the whole world. Divorce attorneys are showered each day ...

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  • Retroactive Reduction in Child Support Payments Is Not Allowed
    Retroactive Reduction in Child Support Payments Is Not Allowed

    In a recent case, a woman was guilty of lying on her financial statement and awards of alimony and support were made based upon those lies. Later, when the Judge found out about the lies, the Judge ...

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  • Escalation Clauses in Child Support Are In!
    Escalation Clauses in Child Support Are In!

    It makes sense to build clauses into child support agreements which allow the support to fluctuate up or down depending upon the income of the payor. These clauses are called “escalation clauses.” In ...

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  • If You Fudge on Your Divorce Financial Statement, There Is No Time Limit on a Court Redressing the Lie
    If You Fudge on Your Divorce Financial Statement, There Is No Time Limit on a Court Redressing the Lie

    Clients often want to withhold some financial information from a divorce financial statement. Often, clients don’t want to list inherited property or accounts they have with other people, such as a ...

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  • Attorneys Should Use File Closing Checklists
    Attorneys Should Use File Closing Checklists

    I have just finished working on a case where the attorneys for both parties failed to close their files after the parties reconciled, and failed to properly dismiss the divorce action. Later, when the ...

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