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Reblogged from Kentucky Bankruptcy Law: First, a shout out to Ben Carter, a former classmate of mine and one fine presenter with a flair for fashion. Thanks Ben for helping make sense out of foreclosure mayhem. So much has been written about the dilemma of massive numbers of foreclosure actions...
Do I have to pay child support if I don't have custody or get to see my child? This is a common question I hear and the answer is "yes"; child support, child custody and timeshare are different issues. So long as a parent retains parental rights, it does not matter whether they have sole custody,...
I know, not terribly original of me, but I realized some similarities in how folks looked a bankruptcy as an end just as many look as divorce as an end. So, I wrote a post entitled “Bankruptcy: Just the beginning” on my other law blog. Hope it is helpful because divorce and bankruptcy...
Many folks come to me regarding a divorce and perceive it as an ending. Some do not want it to happen and others believe this "end" will set them free from something painful. While it does bring a few things to a close, divorce is more appropriately viewed as a beginning. And, as a beginning, it is...
In short, a domestic support obligation that arises from the distribution of property will be treated as a general unsecured debt in a Chapter 13. This creates a quandary for settling matters, especially in this market where houses (the major asset that is divided up in a divorce) take so long to...
Bankruptcy of an ex-spouse after the entry of a divorce decree (the dissolution of a marriage) can have substantial implications of obligations owed by that ex-spouse to you. I’ve written a post regarding domestic support obligations in Chapter 7 as compared to Chapter 13 bankruptcy and I...
On the more complex level, your posts and tweets can be used as evidence in a divorce hearing. They are admissible because they are an admission the party that made the comment. All the attorney has to do is authentic the post or tweet by asking you on the stand, "Do you recognize this comment?...
When it is all said and done and the money that would have paid for your children’s college has been spent – what it left? Nothing was really resolved and there are a whole set of fresh injuries to nurse. So, if you want an expensive divorce – get an aggressive attorney. If, however, you want to...
So, why do these lawyers resort to such psychological assualts? Well, the most cynical answer is that it pays! People in divorces are likely at the angriest point in their lives and all that anger is focused on the one person they are convinced has ruined their life. And yet, they are now...
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