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December 2012 Archives

EEOC watching for discrimination against domestic abuse victims

Many Americans undoubtedly remember well two tandem and sad stories from just a couple months ago that played out in different states of the country. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a man entered a hair salon where his wife worked and shot and killed her and two co-workers. The man had become enraged after his estranged partner obtained a restraining order against him for previous acts of domestic violence.

Media pieces present competing views of post-divorce behavior

Two recent media articles on life following divorce for former partners present views that are altogether different. Summarized briefly, one of them confines itself to a discussion of ex-spouses who couldn't get along at all during marriage and have simply extended that conflict outward in all dimensions following divorce. The other, which takes pointed exception to the "warring divorced couples" view, casts post-divorce life for many couples more in terms of a partnership that endures for the kids and can actually increase in shared purpose and amicability following a dissolution.

Surprise: Ex-NBA great Rodman back in court on child support matter

Former professional basketball star Dennis Rodman was back in court last week after falling behind in his child support payments. The judge ruled that Rodman was in contempt of court and instructed the star to pay $500,000 to his ex-wife to make up for his negligence in paying child support.

What can divorcing business owners do during property division?

Anyone in Miami who has started and grown their own business knows how much work it involves. That's exactly why couples who jointly own a business often run into issues when they decide to file for divorce. The important thing to remember is that there are a number of options available to couples in this situation.

Amid bankruptcy, Sapp seeks turnover in child support payments

Since his playing days in Florida, former professional football player Warren Sapp has encountered a series of financial issues. Not only has the defensive tackle decided to file personal bankruptcy in the last year, but he is also seeking a legal modification of his child support payments.

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