Legal Advice for Divorce Finances — 20 results
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Close Joint Accounts If a divorce is imminent, you should immediately contact joint-credit-card companies in writing to freeze or cancel your joint accounts. You do not want to be... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you know youre going to be getting a divorce soon, then you may want to start tracking marital finances. Not only is this necessary to your divorce, its also a prudent measure to take so... more
Written by attorney Melinda Markvan, over 1 year ago.
Alternatives to Litigation, by Melinda J. Markvan
You and your spouse discussed getting a divorce, but you cannot agree on everything. One of you is pressing for something, and the other... more
Written by attorney Anna E Meddin, about 1 year ago.
Your divorce has been finalized and a Final Judgment has been entered by the court. However, you are not yet ready to move on without knowing what will happen to your finances. Here are... more
Written by attorney Christopher Melcher, over 4 years ago.
Complete the Declaration of Disclosure The Declaration of Disclosure Form FL-140 is like a cover sheet. It can be used for your preliminary or final disclosures. The preliminary... more
Written by attorney Lindsey Buchheit, 10 months ago.
Family law encompasses a wide range of issues, from divorce, child support, child custody, and so forth. The more emotions involved in a case, the more important is client management and... more
Written by attorney Robert Slama, almost 2 years ago.
Freedom Road: A Practical Guide to Reclaiming Middle Class Prosperity
FORmany Americans, the world as they know it has forever changed! Although they do not know what to call the challenges... more
Written by attorney Anthony Buono, over 1 year ago.
In a New York divorce action any property purchased or acquired by a party after the commencement date of the divorce action is their separate property. Separate property, is not subject to... more
Written by attorney Lori Williams, almost 3 years ago.
By: Lori T. Williams, Esq.
David Keblaitis, Mortgage Professional
Part 3 of my series on Family Law featuresDavid Keblaitis, Owner ofHome Funding Group, who share how divorce impacts a... more
Written by attorney Stephen McDonough, over 4 years ago.
Do Not Ignore College Funding In Your Divorce/Separation Agreement For some couples, planning for their kid's college education may seem like a distant issue that they would rather forget... more