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Blog Posts in June, 2014

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  • It's Almost Never Over!
    It's Almost Never Over!

    Many people talk about getting a divorce “over with.” However, the truth of the matter is that no divorce order that involves custody, support or spousal support is ever final. They are always subject ...

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  • If You Go to Court, Make Sure You Raise All Issues
    If You Go to Court, Make Sure You Raise All Issues

    Divorce orders are subject to change or “modification” usually if there is what is known as a “substantial change in circumstances.” When such a change occurs, divorced persons should contact a ...

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  • Non-Marital Property Can Be Considered in Equitable Distribution
    Non-Marital Property Can Be Considered in Equitable Distribution

    Many parties and attorneys mistakenly assume that only marital property is relevant in a divorce case. Marital property is simply defined as all property acquired during the marriage, except by gift ...

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  • Financial Statements Are Required in ALL Divorce Cases
    Financial Statements Are Required in ALL Divorce Cases

    Uniform Chancery Court Rule 8.05 requires detailed, written, financial disclosure in all domestic cases involving financial matters. The form requires each party to show their address, their income ...

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  • Warnings for People Entering Divorce Proceedings
    Warnings for People Entering Divorce Proceedings

    Clients are urged to head the following warnings when beginning divorce proceedings: DATING. A client is not to date until the divorce is final. Many clients think it’s okay to date someone if they ...

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  • Division of Property 101
    Division of Property 101

    One of the most common questions divorce lawyers get is, “Does it make any difference whose name the property is titled in?” For the most part, the answer is, “No, it does not make any difference ...

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