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
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
Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete Even when divorce is for the best, it can make a person feel as though their whole life has turned upside down. Going from a two-person income household to two different one-person income households can also be a significant financial change for both former spouses. If… Continue reading Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete
Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX? You endured the stresses and difficulties of divorce proceedings and fought to ensure that you got the alimony you felt you deserved. But your ex is now simply ignoring the requirement and not making their payments to you. What can you do? Here are the steps you… Continue reading Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX?
Can I Keep My Credit Cards If I File Bankruptcy? If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and are hoping to hang onto one of your credit cards, you will likely be out of luck. Once your credit card company learns of your bankruptcy, it will almost certainly cancel your card. But all is not… Continue reading Can I Keep My Credit Cards If I File Bankruptcy?
Can I Get Alimony While Still Married Before filing for divorce, learn all about alimony (or spousal support): what it is, how it works, and how it’s enforced. Spousal support—also called “alimony” or “maintenance”—isn’t automatic and isn’t ordered in every divorce. On the other hand, it isn’t exactly rare either. If you’re planning to request… Continue reading Can I Get Alimony While Still Married
Are Estate Planning Fees Tax Deductible? In general, you can deduct legal fees as an ordinary and necessary business expense. The types of legal fees that are deductible include creation and review of contracts, filing a lawsuit or defending a lawsuit for breach of contract, legal assistance to collect on an account, defending an intellectual… Continue reading Are Estate Planning Fees Tax Deductible?