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Hiding Money From Spouses  - In anticipation of divorce, some spouses may start to hide assets and money well in advance of announcing that they are seeking divorce. This happens most often with those who out-earn their partners by a significant amount. Accounts can be hidden in other countries and assets can be concealed. Another sign of a spouse who [ ]
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Emotional Stages of Divorce - The divorce rate in the U.S. has been recorded as high as fifty percent for first time marriages and higher than sixty percent for second marriages. This means many people have or will experience divorce in their lifetime. It is a chaotic time of contradictory emotions. All relationships naturally go through ebbs and flows and [ ]
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Stalking and Domestic Violence - Cherry Hill domestic violence lawyers at the Law Offices of Richard C. Klein handle cases concerning domestic violence and stalking. Both types of behaviors can be committed by and against people who live together and people who do not live together. Domestic violence includes many types of intimidation and assault. Stalking is a form of [ ]
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Laws Aimed at Promoting Shared Custody - Except for cases where the child’s health or safety are at risk because of abuse, addiction, or criminal activity from one parent, it is usually in the child’s best interest to continue to have a consistent relationship with both parents after the parents’ divorce. This is achieved through a child custody plan, known in some [ ]
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Why January is a Top Month for Divorce - January is one of the top months for divorce filings. Typically, divorce filings jump by one-third in January over December. Perhaps that is because “getting divorced” is part of at least one spouse’s New Year’s resolutions. It may also be that couples wait until January so to avoid making the holiday season even tougher on [ ]
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Extraordinary Child Support Expenses - As a parent, divorce procedures may be difficult, as steps must be taken to divide parental rights, establish co-parenting schedules, and come to an agreement regarding child support. As multiple factors may influence child support and care, including child custody agreements, determining child support totals may be a difficult procedure. This is especially true when [ ]
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Mental Illness/Addiction and Divorce - The decision to divorce is rarely easy. When issues of mental illness and/or substance abuse and addiction are factors, the decision can become more complex. Questions of ethics and morality often plague a person needing to divorce on the grounds that their spouse is not entirely of sound mind. If drugs and alcohol are involved, [ ]
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Advocacy Group for Deaf Domestic Violence Victims - The Deaf Advocacy Project is an advocacy group based in Lawrenceville that exists to help deaf domestic violence victims access the resources they need to leave their abusers. The project was launched by Womanspace, a New Jersey nonprofit agency that connects domestic violence and sexual abuse victims with resources to help them get the help [ ]
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New Tax Plan Imposes Divorce Tax Penalty - The recently-approved tax plan is making news for a very unexpected reason: A provision some have termed the Divorce Tax Penalty. The tax plan, spearheaded by Republicans in Congress and supported by the President, projects to increase government revenue by eight billion dollars over ten years. Touted as family friendly, the tax reform bill is [ ]
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Alimony Modification - If your financial status changes or your needs change after a divorce settlement, you may find that the financial arrangement you agreed to does not work for you anymore. When this happens, you can ask the court for a modification of your spousal support order although it can be a difficult and challenging process. [ ]
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