If you are considering getting divorced from your spouse and have experienced domestic abuse from them, a restraining order (also known as an order of protection) may be able to help you. Not only can it help to protect you from your spouse, but it can have a number of other important benefits in your divorce case. Here are five reasons you should consider getting a restraining order during your divorce:
If you are in the middle of a contentious divorce where child custody is an issue, you are likely very concerned about whether you will be able to obtain custody. While this should be a theoretical impartial matter, the fact is that people can do a lot of things to make their custody proceedings more likely to come out in their favor. Here are five important tips for handling your child custody proceedings to give you the best chance possible at a favorable outcome:
The process of getting divorced can be an unpleasant time for anyone, but some divorces are significantly more unpleasant than others. Unfortunately, some people do things that may seem reasonable at the time, but which come back to bite them later on, ensuring a worse outcome to their divorce. Here are five things you should avoid doing when you are getting divorced:
Ideally, all divorces would happen on relatively amicable terms, and both spouses would be able to separate with a minimum of conflict. However, realistically speaking, divorces tend to be tumultuous, and it is rare for spouses to come to a common consensus on their own. Here are five issues that tend to be particular sources for conflict in divorce disputes:
Every day, more people sign up for social media accounts on sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn, among others. While these sites can be useful for staying in touch with friends and family, and even be useful for professional networking, they also pose a significant risk to anyone involved in a lawsuit. People dealing with divorce, in particular, need to be careful about what they post on social media, because anything they post can, and will, be used against them.
When you are getting divorced and you are fighting with your spouse over child custody, you are probably very concerned about making sure you get the best outcome for your case. Fortunately, there are certain things you can do to improve your odds and minimize the risk of unforeseen problems jeopardizing your chances. Here are five ways you can improve your chances of a favorable outcome in your child custody case: Continue reading “How to Improve Your Chances in Your Child Custody Case”
Visitation rights are often a contentious issue in any divorce where minor children are involved. Often, they cause just as many issues as arguments over child custody, and some people conflate the two issues, even though they are not one in the same. Here are five things you should know about visitation rights if you find yourself in this sort of dispute: Continue reading “Five Things You May Want to Know About Visitation Rights”
Divorce can be a difficult and strenuous process that may lead to contentious issues along the way. Some of the issues that arise during divorce proceedings can be attributed to self-employment. In order to mitigate the risk of forthcoming divorce issues due to self-employment, it is important to consider the following:
- Ensure the protection of your assets and resources;
- Consider hiring a financial expert; and
- Think about getting a post-nuptial agreement.
While it is important for children to have a relationship with both of their parents, there are circumstances, such as dangerous or abusive behavior, when it is not in the best interest of a child to see a parent. In these instances, a parent can be legally prevented from having contact with a child. However, it is not a simple task and should not be taken lightly. Continue reading “Legally Preventing A Parent From Communicating With Their Child”
Generally, in a divorce, there are communal assets and separate assets. In New York State, all assets acquired during the course of a marriage are considered communal property. This is commonly known as shared property or marital property. Separate assets refer to property that is independently owned by one spouse. Today, distinguishing between separate property and the communal property has become more complex, due to more individuals having a significant number and range of assets.