Monday, October 14, 2019

Should I Get a Divorce, a Dissolution or a Separation?

July 12, 2012  

DIVORCE- When legal action is taken to terminate a marriage, it begins with filing a Complaint for Divorce in the Domestic Relations Court. Within the complaint grounds for divorce must be evident, which include: at the time of the marriage, either party having a living husband or wife, a fraudulent contract, a willful absence of the opposing party for a year, if the parties have lived apart for a year, adultery, intense cruelty, neglect of duty, constant drunkenness, or imprisonment of the opposing party within a state or federal correctional institution at the time of filing. A “no fault” divorce may be granted under grounds of incompatibility.

Understanding Alimony And Palimony – What Does It Mean For You?

October 25, 2011  

In the event of a divorce or separation, one partner often compensates the other for the formerly shared aspects of their lives. Property, child rearing expenses, and differing income levels are all things commonly addressed at the termination of a relationship. Alimony, or spousal support, is a financial provision given to a spouse after a divorce to compensate for a significantly reduced income level. It should be noted, however, that this support is separate from money received in property settlements and child support.

Understanding Teenagers

March 4, 2011  

Young adults are budding grown ups who experience changes and face difficult challenges because they’re at a time their lives where their horizon is being expanded; the building blocks of self esteem laid at the childhood stage will become evident at this point….although some teenagers might be able to face challenges directly, some others may not because of a low self esteem.

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