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Divorce

Valuation of Non-Economic Contributions with Respect to Property Division in Divorce
The concept of equitable distribution of marital property takes into consideration both economic and non-economic contribution of the spouses towards marital property acquisition. During divorce, all marital property is divided between the spouses according to the distribution scheme available in the state where the divorce occurs. Unequal division between spouses can result from factors such as the length of the marriage, the property brought to the marriage by each party, whether one party has substantial assets not subject to division, the parties' contributions to the marriage, and other factors. Spouses' non-economic contributions have become a major factor in the division of marital assets during divorce. Sometimes, they are mentioned as the "services rendered by a spouse." Non-economic contributions become a critical factor in cases where the contributing spouse does not work at all. More...
Financial Discovery Issues in Divorce Cases
In divorce, financial discovery concentrates on the economic aspects of the marriage and the spouses' financial circumstances. Detailed financial discovery allows both spouses to obtain the information needed to present a complete and accurate representation of the family's assets and liabilities. With that information, the divorce court can fashion a fair marital property division and an appropriate support order. More...
Property Division in Divorce: Inheritance
Generally, the concepts of equitable distribution and community property distribution in divorce cases do not apply to property that a spouse inherits from a third party during marriage. Ordinarily, property that a spouse inherits from a third party during marriage is considered that spouse's separate property. Inheritance includes acquisition through wills, trusts, probate, or intestacy. More...
Alimony: Temporary Support
Temporary alimony is the same as temporary spousal support, and both provide sustenance to the dependent party through the course of a divorce case. During the proceedings, the dependent spouse and the parties' children may require financial support, and courts may grant temporary support for that purpose. Dependant spouses can seek temporary support during legal separation as well. More...
Grounds for Annulment: Concealment
Concealment and misrepresentation are used very commonly in annulment proceedings as part of the fraud ground. Most of the time, annulments for fraud are not granted as a matter of right and are granted only after close consideration. In most states, the courts require clear and convincing evidence of fraud and a showing that the injured party would not have married but for the fraud. More...

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