November
20
2019
The Challenges Fathers Face in Custody Battles
When it comes to divorce and custody battles, many dads feel like they are at a disadvantage. There is a myth perpetuated that dads aren’t as critical to a child’s life as mothers are, leading many fathers to feel like they are being pushed out of their kid’s lives after a divorce.
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November
13
2019
When Is the Right Time to Divorce?
Deciding whether or not your marriage is over is never an easy choice to make, but for some, it is a necessary one. Here are some common signs that you could be ready to move on to the next phase of your life and file for divorce.
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October
24
2019
Divorce Is Changing
At this point in time, everyone has heard the claim that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. The statistic was popularized in the 1980s when divorce rates historically skyrocketed to 47-53%. However, this statistic is no longer accurate, and the face of divorce is changing due to several important factors.
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October
18
2019
What Judges Consider About Your Income in Alimony and Child Support Cases
For many divorced parents, child support or spousal support payments are part of their divorce agreement. Thus, it becomes critical to understand what types of income the courts will look at in order to determine the amount of your support obligation. Courts typically consider any type of income resulting from employment or income-generating endeavors as a key factor in establishing your support payments.
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September
27
2019
How Compensation Structure Can Affect Your Divorce
How your compensation is structured can actually help or hinder you during the divorce process. If your compensation is structured like a straight salary (without a performance-based bonus), negotiations tend to be much more forthright. However, if any part of your compensation comes from the following sources, you should be more prepared for your negotiations.
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