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Nov 08, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

My wife and I are getting a divorce, and she is requesting alimony.

I have traditionally provided for the family financially, but my income is a fraction of what it used to be. I currently am dipping into our savings just to offset expenses.

Will the court consider how much of my savings I have depleted to keep our family afloat when it comes to determining alimony?

Oct 12, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

How do child custody laws handle parenting time conflicts when one parent cannot be there for scheduled visitation?

Because of my work schedule the next few months I will be out of town during my scheduled parenting time.

If I can't make my scheduled weekends, do I just lose that parenting time and forfeit my visitation?

Can the court force my ex-wife to work with me to come up with a modified custody schedule to reflect my job schedule for the next few months?

Aug 06, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

I am a 100% disabled military veteran who receives a pension and does not work.

Is my soon-to-be-ex-wife entitled to any of this military disability pension money I receive on a monthly basis?

Aug 03, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

I currently pay child support to my ex-wife who was awarded primary child custody.

I would like to start up my own business and was wondering if any of the revenue generated from this business could be used in calculating child support?

Aug 03, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

I would like some financial advice on divorce on ways to prevent my ex-wife from trying to claim any assets created by a business that was started after we divorced.

I would like to start a new business with my new wife, but my ex-wife is claiming she will be able to get a portion of whatever money my new business brings in.

Would my ex-wife have any claim to a business started by my new wife and I? Would it matter if the business is in my name or my new wife's name?

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