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Eight Common Compensation Issues In Divorce

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Compensation issues in divorce usually come up in discussions about spousal support or alimony, and child support. While child support can be pretty formulaic with well-established rules for addressing different compensation concerns, spousal support is much more variable and often is not as straightforward as simply taking a number off a pay stub.
Other compensation issues such as stock options and deferred compensation impact division of assets negotiations. These arrangements can be complex and confusing with even the recipient (more...)

Divorce Checklist – What To Do To Prepare for Your Divorce

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Divorce is a confusing and complicated process that can last longer than expected at times. While all that is required before filing for divorce is simply to be separated for one year from your spouse, there are numerous other things you will need to do to make sure you are protected. You will have to make difficult decisions in a short span of time. As such, here are some things you need to know or do to make this (more...)

You Can’t Be Fired for Getting Divorced, NJ Supreme Court Rules

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On Tuesday, after a 6-0 vote, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that men and women who are separated, divorced, or going through a divorce cannot be terminated from their jobs in cases where the change in marital status has no bearing on job performance.
According to the Supreme Court, the state’s Law Against Discrimination protects current or prospective employees from discrimination on the basis of marital status – which the Court argued also includes individuals who (more...)

Child Support and Custody Laws

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When you divorce, child support and custody issues are some of the most painful aspects of the split. They can put your child through extremely difficult and traumatic situations and even further strain the relationship between formerly loving couples. Understanding the custody laws in South Carolina can greatly reduce the strain and problems a couple can encounter when dealing with visitation, support and other issues that arise regarding your children as you complete your divorce.
Basic Custody Laws
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