Tag Archives: Divorce

Considering Divorce? Here’s the First Thing You Need to Do

Is your marriage rocky? Do you feel unhappy? Even before you officially decide to file for divorce or legal separation, you need to speak to a divorce lawyer. Consulting a divorce lawyer does not necessarily mean that you are going … Continue reading

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How Sexual Assault Charges Affect Divorce

Sexual assault and rape can exist in the context of a marriage or other relationship. Marriage does not entitle your spouse to have sex with you against your will. Unfortunately, some people do not protect themselves because they do not … Continue reading

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Texas Court Finds Payment of Personal Expenses By LLC Constituted Constructive Fraud in Divorce Case

By Francesca Blackard Property owned by a limited liability company belongs to the company and is generally not considered either separate or community property subject to distribution in a Texas divorce case.  The limited liability company’s owners, known as “members,” … Continue reading

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The Role of Parenting Plans in Illinois Divorce Cases

Getting a divorce when you have children is much different than getting a divorce when you do not have children. Couples who divorce and have children often face a more complicated and stressful situation than couples who do not have … Continue reading

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Why a TV Producer’s Ex-Wife Couldn’t Pursue Him for Fraud During Their Divorce

The creator of a series of cops-and-lawyers weekly TV dramas was in the news headlines recently, but the courtroom in question was not a fictional scene from one of his successful shows. Instead, a (very non-fictional) California appeals court issued … Continue reading

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