Jewelry and Divorce

Jewelry and Divorce When a marriage has become irreparably strained, it is often in the best interests of both spouses to get a divorce. While modern divorces often go smoothly, allowing the two spouses to part as friends, disagreements about things like property and custody can be quite troublesome and costly. Expensive and highly symbolic…

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Increased Projected Income and Your Divorce Settlement People choose to divorce for a variety of reasons and divorce has become a very common occurrence in the U.S., with over 50% of marriages ending in divorce now. However, though divorce itself is common, no two divorces are exactly alike and if your financial circumstances are such…

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How to Calculate Child Support Payments If you and your spouse have filed for divorce and have children, you may have a number of issues to address before you can fully finalize the process. Along with deciding on child custody and visitation, you and your spouse will also need to work through child support agreements….

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4 Resolution Practices of Divorce Mediators If you are going through a divorce and you and your spouse are having difficulties agreeing about how to resolve certain concerns, you may consider enlisting the services of a divorce mediator. Sometimes couples do not know what to expect from a divorce mediator and so may be reluctant…

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Understanding Asset Division When negotiating a divorce settlement, there are particular terms that both spouses must agree on, including the division of assets. While there are certain statutorily established rules regarding asset, if a divorcing couple is able to amicably and independently resolve these issues, they may be able to reach a highly customized agreement…

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Providers of Supervised Visitation In a divorce where child custody is an issue, the court’s main concern is providing for the best interests of the child and ensuring that they are protected. In certain cases this becomes a very complicated issue if one or both parents have violent histories or engage in activities that could…

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Legal vs. Physical Child Custody Coming to a child custody agreement that is best for your family and that everyone can agree to can be extremely time-consuming and difficult for some separating couples. Oftentimes this is due to not fully understanding the many different custody options available to families. For divorcing couples with children, in…

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When any marriage dissolves and there are children, an initial child custody agreement must be settled upon by both parents or with the intervention of the court. However, as years go by, the children age, and circumstances change, a modification of the original custody agreement may be necessary. When this is the case, you may…

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Visitation Rights and Parental Violence In a custody settlement, one parent may be given full or sole custody of any children. When this is the case, oftentimes the other parent will seek visitation rights so that they are legally guaranteed time with their children. However, there are certain factors that can affect whether or not…

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Determining a Child’s Best Interest Divorce is never an easy thing for anyone to go through. It becomes even more difficult when there are children involved as the children typically react negatively, causing a further strain on your emotions and the situation. In addition, the stress of not knowing where your child will be living…

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