2018

  • Here The Factors Courts Consider When Imputing Income During A Divorce

    Divorce courts don't always rely on actual income when coming up with spousal or child support figures. If the court suspects that a spouse is underemployed or earning less than what they should be earning, and they don't have a good reason for the disparity, then it may impute the spouse's income. An imputed income is one that the court thinks the spouse should be getting as opposed to the reported income.
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  • Give Your Marital Finances A Second Chance

    If you found yourself just too busy before your marriage to see an attorney for a prenuptial agreement, you may get another opportunity to do something very similar. Post-marital agreements are a fairly new way to address financial issues even if you've already said your vows. Read on to learn more. What is the purpose of a post-marital agreement? If you and your spouse already have a prenuptial agreement in place you may still benefit from taking another look at solidifying your financial plans and goals.
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  • Having Your Child Support Payments Changed? Know These 3 Things

    If you currently pay child support or receive it, know that you are not stuck with those identical payments forever. It is possible to modify the child support amount by requesting a hearing with a family court judge. They'll listen to what you request, either more or less child support, and make a decision on granting the request. Here is what you need to know when you have an upcoming hearing.
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  • How To Minimize The Costs Of A Divorce

    Divorcing costs money, yes, but you shouldn't have to use all your savings on it. Here are a few measures to help you minimize the cost of your divorce: Know the Assets at Your Disposal You can't manage your finances if you don't know what you own. Therefore, the first thing is to track all the assets you own, plus their legal documents. For example, you should know how much money there is in the bank accounts, how many paintings you have if you are collectors, how many cars you own and how many homes you have.
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  • 3 Scenarios Where a Misdemeanor Defense Attorney Is Necessary

    Misdemeanors often carry less harsh sentences with them than do felonies. However, there is quite a bit of flexibility in the sentencing for various misdemeanor crimes. Still, you would want to avoid jail time whenever possible, and that is quite a common punishment, even for minor crimes. A misdemeanor defense attorney can help. You will need one if your case is similar to any of the following. You Committed a Misdemeanor Within the Boundaries of Washington, D.
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