A Court enters an Order, sometimes called a “Decree”, after a trial or settlement. The terms of that Order become the law of the case. Property settlement, debt allocation, child custody, parent-time, child support, alimony, and other aspects of a divorcing party’s duties to each other and to the Court are thus established until further […]
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In our society, we need a license to drive a car on a public street. We need a license to practice law or medicine, to be a professional contractor, electrician or plumber, to hunt deer or to fish a public stream. Even a dog or cat needs a license to survive these days. You need […]
In the old days, we duked out our differences. Then we hired surrogates to fight for us—Knights on white horses, perhaps. Now we hire lawyers as our surrogates. If you are establishing parental rights, getting a divorce, seeking a modification, defending or enforcing a protective order, you will do better if you retain a competent […]
According to Constance Gustke of “Business Day” (NY Times, 28 June, 2014), “Gray” divorce is growing faster than any other demographic, some 800,000 by 2030.
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