They will say that I owned my house before I was married. Do I have to share my house with my spouse in the event I get divorced? What they are actually is, in a general sense, if I own property before I get married does my new spouse have any right to that property? Continue reading
The breakdown of a relationship is never easy. And with a marriage, you not only have all the emotional things to deal with, you have a lot of legal details to handle. And if there are children involved, it gets even more complicated. In this episode of The LIPN Podcast, we spoke with Kristen Continue reading
The firm conducted an Order of Protection hearing as well as a trial on the grounds for divorce, something that does not happen often since the passage of no-fault divorce several years ago. After listening to the testimony of our client, the Court granted her request for a divorce based on cruel and inhuman treatment Continue reading
The firm was able to resolve all outstanding issues after a long-standing divorce battle involving custody, child support, a house facing foreclosure, and equitable distribution. Our client is very relieved that this difficult process has come to an end and he is looking forward to the next chapter in his life.
After several months litigating about whether a parent is entitled to a child support credit for college payments made with a parent plus loan, the firm successfully argued the issue to the Court. The Court sided with our client and determined that he is still entitled to a dollar for dollar credit for the room Continue reading
If you’re currently going through a divorce, process can be painful. There are so many mixed emotions between you, your spouse, your kids, your in-laws, and even your extended family. Nobody wants to see a divorce happen, but in some cases; a divorce is the best decision and action that is needed. And when a Continue reading