Separation Agreements

Separation Agreements are agreements between spouses that allow you both to decide everything you want to have happen with regard to your children, spousal support, assets and debts upon the failure of the marriage. A Separation can also be obtained by suing for separation, rather than suing for divorce, which one might consider if the… Read More

Video Two Divorce and Family Law

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Spousal Support Under the New Tax Laws

Starting in January of 2019, the advantages presently held by the spouse paying spousal support will be lost, as will the disadvantages to the spouse receiving spousal support. Here is what has been happening for decades: The person paying spousal support gets to deduct the entire amount from their income. The person receiving spousal support… Read More

Divorce Aftermath

When the divorce finally ends, things are not over yet. All of those assets and debts that need transfer or division, the details of it all, have to be completed. The sooner the better. These things will not be included in your retainer letter for your divorce and will most frequently be excluded from those… Read More