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Ideally, both parties in a divorce are satisfied with the terms of their final divorce decree. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, especially in a contentious divorce. When one party believes... more
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Once the court has delivered a judgment and the final divorce decree has been signed, both parties are bound to follow all conditions set out in that decree. If either party later decides that any... more
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All too often, disputes regarding custody and parenting time do not end with the final divorce degree or paternity order. When parenting disputes arise regarding legal custody decisions, parenting... more
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier.
Our society has become increasingly mobile over the past several decades. As a result, parents often seek to relocate away from the other parent after custody has been determined. Such relocations... more
Written by attorney Mary Commander.
Transfers Between Spouses. Under the general rule, transfers of property between spouses and former spouses is not a taxable event if it is "incident to the divorce". If the transfer is NOT made... more
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