Category Archives: Divorce Law

Splitting Art in a Divorce

From Art News: The closely watched divorce proceedings of collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe have finally come to a resolution, as New York judge Laura Drager has officially ordered that they sell their collection, worth near $700 million, and split….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Changing Domicile After a Divorce

Changing domicile after a divorce especially if the spouses have children is a legal matter that is very complicated. Divorce is a complex change process because from a family with both the parents under one roof with the children, it changes into the children being two different houses.  Joint Managing Conservatorship The relationship of the divorce spouses with the children is commonly called as a Joint Managing Conservatorship. This is the presumed order when both spouses are still involved in their children’s lives while the divorce process is ongoing. However, Texas law allows the deviation from this presumed relationship if one of the spouses can provide evidence to support why another option would serve the best interests of the children.   If the former spouses chose to have Joint Managing Conservatorship, they should come up with a parenting plan to make things easier for the children. Parenting Plan: Residence of Child The parenting….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Make Sure The Divorce Is Final Before January 1 To Save At Tax Time

2018 is almost history. So is alimony deduction. The current administration’s efforts to reform the tax law has created a rush on divorce deals. Federal alimony deduction comes to an end at midnight on December 31 and alimony will not be tax-deductible by the spouse making the payments. Under present law, alimony can be deducted […] The post Make Sure The Divorce Is Final Before January 1 To Save At Tax Time appeared first on ... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Parenting Styles and Tips: Learning to Co-Parent After Divorce

Life after divorce is filled with various changes. Not only do couples have to learn how to live on their own, but many feel as if they are completely starting over. Though spouses may be adjusting to doing things on their own, parenting does not normally fall under this same category. Parenting after finalizing a divorce is not meant to be done alone. In most cases, judges rule in favor of joint custody in order to keep both parents in the child’s life. Though co-parenting can make things easier for both spouses, it does require adjustments from both parents. Parenting Styles There are four different types of parenting styles. Often times people do not realize which parenting style they use until they are parenting primarily alone. Understanding and recognizing your parenting style versus your ex-spouse’s is important in learning how to adjust the ways in which you parent after your divorce. Authoritarian: This style of parenting puts all of the power into the….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Good Advice for People Facing Divorce

Consider the following good, common sense advice:

If you’re like most people facing divorce, you have more questions than information. Even if you and your spouse have agreed on all of the terms of your divorce, you’ll have to follow specific legal procedures to formally terminate your marriage... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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