Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval The divorce has been hard enough, and now there might be a trial? Trials may look good on television, but in most cases a settlement outside of court proceedings can be a better way to go. If you and your spouse can agree on the important issues in your… Continue reading Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval
Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts? Whether you and your spouse are responsible for paying each other’s debts will depend primarily on where you live. If your state follows common law property rules, spouses are only liable for their own debts, with a few exceptions. For instance, both spouses must pay… Continue reading Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts?
Daggett County Utah Daggett County is a county located in the Northeastern corner of the U.S. state of Utah. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,059, making it the least populous county in Utah. Its county seat and only municipality is Manila. The county was named for Ellsworth Daggett, the first surveyor-general of… Continue reading Daggett County Utah
Creditor Claims Against Retirement Assets Creditor claims is defined as written claim filed in federal bankruptcy court by a person or entity owed money by a debtor who has filed for bankruptcy. A written claim filed in probate court by a person or entity owed money by a person who has died. State law sets… Continue reading Creditor Claims Against Retirement Assets
Consequences Of Divorce? Divorce can be a difficult time for a family. Not only are the parents realizing new ways of relating to each other, but they are learning new ways to parent their children. When parents’ divorce, the effects of divorce on children can vary. Some children react to divorce in a natural and… Continue reading Consequences Of Divorce?
Common Types Of Real Property Ownership When you file for bankruptcy, you have to list all aspects of your financial situation, including all of the property that you own. If you own real estate known as real property—you’ll also be asked to disclose your ownership interest using legal terminology. Although this seems simple, you can… Continue reading Common Types Of Real Property Ownership
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Utah Many people think of bankruptcy court as the final stop on a path to financial ruin, the only option left when repaying debts seems impossible. But there’s hope even in bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 of the federal bankruptcy code offers the closest thing to a soft landing. Chapter 13 allows those… Continue reading Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Utah
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy For Farmers And Fishermen Chapter 12 bankruptcy is a relatively new addition to bankruptcy laws. It allows “family farmers” and “family fisherman” to restructure their finances and avoid liquidation or foreclosure. It’s very similar to Chapter 13 bankruptcy, but provides additional benefits to debtors. For much of our nation’s history, there were… Continue reading Chapter 12 Bankruptcy For Farmers And Fishermen
Can We Use A Prenup To Keep Child Support Payments Reasonable? When a couple decides to marry, their thoughts very naturally turn to happy things—like the well-wishes of family and friends, wedding planning, and dreams of a warm and romantic honeymoon destination. But before they marry, it’s prudent for each prospective spouse to consider his… Continue reading Can We Use A Prenup To Keep Child Support Payments Reasonable?
Can I Write Off Alimony Payments On My Taxes Ah, taxes. As if a divorce isn’t bad enough on its own you also have to think about the tax implications of the decisions that are made within your case. It’s a situation where you are adding insult to injury. Regardless of how it makes you… Continue reading Can I Write Off Alimony Payments On My Taxes