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October 2011 Archives

Divorce focus: Older women and personal financial management

The financial services sector is making a big mistake when it fails to target single women in their 50s and 60s and instead markets investment and saving services almost exclusively to couples, says an estate-planning instructor.

Settlement reached in "costliest divorce in California history"

When we last left off with the Frank and Jamie McCourt divorce drama featuring high-asset property division in the truest sense, we stated that, "There is no end to the dispute on the near horizon." (Please see our September 2 blog post).

Florida man embroiled in international child custody dispute

When an American marries a person from another country, and the couple decides to divorce, child custody can become sticky. Often, that other parent still has family outside the United States. When matters surrounding custody are acrimonious, he or she might abscond with the child, making it difficult for the American parent to exercise custody or visitation rights.

Focus: Execution of a postnuptial agreement during marriage

We have provided readers with relevant information concerning prenuptial agreements in prior blog posts, and thought that today we might follow that up with some points that are germane to a postnuptial agreement.

Divorce: Advocacy based on empathy and a client's best interests

Recently released census data indicate that the slipping economy unquestionably plays a role in the determinations of many couples considering divorce, including when -- and sometimes even whether -- they will seek a divorce decree and go their separate ways. Research along a different path also offers some evidence showing that there is strong doubt and vacillation even among certain couples who have already filed for a divorce.

Jury says woman battered, acting in defense; acquits of murder

We discussed Florida's 15 fatality review teams in our immediately preceding blog post, noting that they were established by the state Legislature in 2000 to identify and optimally respond to domestic violence incidents.

Domestic violence and Florida's fatality review teams

Domestic violence murders are on the rise in the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida, according to a report released by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The report determined that certain areas realized a 15.6 percent increase in domestic violence murders in 2009, a period in which all other crime in Florida dropped by nearly seven percent.

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