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Marriage has only marginal benefits | Letters

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Unmarried couples have practically all the rights that married couples do, writes Rosemary AuchmutyIt is nonsense to say that unmarried couples have no legal partnership rights (Report, 3 October). Unmarried couples have practically all the rights that married couples do, except (1) exemption from inheritance tax on transfers between spouses, (2) an automatic right to inherit on an intestacy, and (3) the right, on splitting up, to go through a divorce – which, as the solicitor quoted in your (more...)

What are the Consequences of Not Paying Child Support in Oklahoma?

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After a divorce or child custody order, one parent is deemed the custodial parent, and the other the non-custodial parent. The non-custodial parent must pay child support to the other parent if ordered to do so. 
Not paying child support obligations can have a huge impact on your life and severe consequences. If your spouse is not paying child support or you are ordered to court because you aren’t paying child support, it is a very (more...)

Secrets To Divorce

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Hey Juror’s, so last week we told you a few things you should do prior to filing to divorce. One of those things included taking the proper legal actions necessary to assure all your assets are protected. This week we are going one step further with those legal actions in a little bit more detail. Watch the informative video below.
First it is suggested that you make any big purchase prior to filing. Many states issue (more...)

Public vs. Private School: What To Do If You And Your Ex Can’t Agree

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Couples in the process of divorcing often say that the list of disagreements to resolve seems like it never ends. Some couples wage war on each other over every little thing… but you’d assume that one thing they should agree on is what’s best for their kids, right?
Wrong.
Custody battles are among the most frightening and traumatic aspects of divorce proceedings, for adults and kids alike. But when it comes to hashing out (more...)

Who Will Support You?

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Child Support.  Alimony.  Dollar Signs.  Years of Payments.  Custody Battles.  Is this what divorce sounds like to you?
The fact is, divorce can be expensive.  Who will pay support, how much and for how long are simply part of the process, especially when children are involved.  We assume every judge does his or her best to make the most fair, just decision, when it is left to them.  However, only you (more...)

Here are Six Important Assets You Can’t Afford to Overlook During Your Divorce

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My husband and I have drawn up a list of what we own and we have tentatively agreed on how to split everything in our divorce. I’m afraid we might have missed listing something. Can you help?
As a financial divorce consultant, I often review final property settlements to determine additional tax and financial considerations that should be addressed. You may be surprised at how many assets you didn’t even think to add to your (more...)

Should I Keep the House After Divorce for the Sake of the Kids?

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Getting a divorce might be the right thing to do, but it will have a big effect on your children’s lives, creating uncertainty and possibly triggering a range of negative reactions. To lower the trauma of family change, you may want to stay in your current home, especially if you have primary custody of the kids.
According to an article in the New York Times, “psychologists, sociologists and epidemiologists have long recognized that children who move (more...)

How Does an Oklahoma Court Divide Property During a Contested Divorce?

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If you have begun the divorce process, you are probably concerned as to how your assets and your personal property will be divided.
This is especially a concern in a contested divorce when spouses cannot agree on what items will be assigned to whom, or how to divide assets that spouses consider personal items.
Oklahoma is a state that observes “equitable division,” emphasizing concepts of justice and fairness as the procedure to divide assets when there (more...)

Real Estate, Mortgage & Money – DivorceTown® Help and Hope Seminar

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The DivorceTown® Help and Hope SeminarReal Estate, Mortgage & Money…Receive Financial, Emotional & Legal Support 
Friday, July 20, 2018
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Olive Garden
2467 Cobb Parkway SE
Smyrna, GA 30080
Only $37.00 and LUNCH IS INCLUDED
Did you know that keeping the house in divorce could potentially land you in the poor house after?
Important Questions you should know the answers to:
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Why Financial Literacy Matters to YOU

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Financial Success, Security, and Freedom.  Pursued by many, but satisfactorily attained by few.  How appropriate then, that the United States has recognized April as Financial Literacy Month since 2003.
Financial Literacy has always been a part of our core values for our clients and subscribers.  In fact, April 2018 marks our 10th Anniversary helping families through the difficult process of divorce, while helping them understand and protect their finances.
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