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April 2011 Archives

Judge's Chambers Site of Divorce Hearing Attack

In our immediately preceding blog post, we discussed the sometimes complex interplay between acts of domestic violence and other family law matters. Physical violence and other types of abusive behaviors, for example, can often have a strong bearing on how child custody and visitation arrangements will ultimately be settled.

Domestic violence and family law matters: it's complicated

When allegations of abuse surface during a divorce proceeding, those allegations can play a role in the outcome of custody or visitation agreements. Accusations of domestic violence can make the situation more complex.

The Increasing Appeal of Prenuptial Agreements for Many Couples

Leave it to select celebrities to give prenuptial agreements a bad name. Often, the only time such marital planning tools get any public exposure is when the demise of a famous Hollywood couple's marriage is playing out in the tabloids.

Weighing the health of your marriage when filing taxes

What is more important to you: saving money in the short term or circumventing a potential financial mess in the future? A recent Reuters article authored by the Managing Editor of Wealth Manager and OnWallStreet magazines Nancy R. Mandell asks those considering divorce this very question in timely context.The deadline to file 2010 taxes is this coming Monday, April 18th. Many men and women in Florida may still have yet to complete their returns. If any of these Floridians also happen to be considering a divorce in the coming year, Mandell's article states that it may be in their best interest to file their federal tax returns separately from a potential ex-spouse.Why file separately?

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