As previously discussed, contested divorces can have the potential to ruin a party’s credit score due to litigation costs, becoming a single income household, and new financial obligations such as child support and maintenance payments.
High New Worth Divorce
As discussed in a recent NearSay blog post, the percentage of divorces involving baby boomers is steadily on the rise.
A little known trick of the trade to getting a divorce settled quickly is to hire a private judge to hear the case.
You’ve given it careful consideration and have decided that you either want to divorce your spouse or proceed with a family court matter.
According to a poll conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), people who are 50 years or older are getting divorced at an increasing rate.
According to the case Globe Newspaper Co. v. Superior Court, the First and Sixth Amendments, as applied to the States by the Fourteenth Amendment, allows both the press and the public to have access to court documents and records.
If you and your spouse decide that he or she can keep the marital home, you should make sure your interests are protected.
After divorce, money is usually tight for most people.
You have likely heard of a prenuptial agreement, which is a document signed before marriage