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If adultery was a factor in the end of your marriage, it could also be a factor in your divorce. A judge can consider spousal misconduct when deciding child custody, property division, and alimony. Speak with an experienced divorce attorney to learn how cheating could impact the final orders in your divorce. Requesting Alimony in […]

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When you believe a divorce is in your future, preparing early helps you protect yourself in the long run. Even if you still hope to preserve your marriage, getting a realistic picture of how your life might differ if the marriage ends could help you manage a divorce with less disruption for you and your […]

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Going through a divorce is seldom easy for either party. Not only can it take an emotional toll, but there are times when your finances can also be affected. Luckily, there are specific laws and benefits in place – such as alimony – that could potentially help alleviate some of the monetary worries you might […]

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With Halloween on the horizon, it’s worth noting that fear plays a curious role in people’s lives. Whether people are searching for the scariest Halloween costumes for their kids or trying to pick the most suspenseful murder-mystery film, frightful feelings are often at the forefront of their mind. While the terror that accompanies these Halloween […]

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If you are in the middle of the divorce process or contemplating divorce – you may want to consider acting sooner rather than later to finalize your divorce. Under the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the payors of alimony will no longer be allowed to claim alimony as a tax deduction.

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Clients going through a divorce usually come into their attorney’s office very focused on fault – the other spouse was a habitual cheater and left them for someone else, treated them poorly, could never keep a job, spent money excessively, etc.

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Most states nowadays have implemented no-fault divorces in which a party seeking a divorce need not provide a reason for ending the marriage other than that the marriage has been permanently broken.

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