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Dec 09, 2011

divorce after 50By Jennifer M. Paine

Michigan Divorce Lawyer

Many guys, facing the quandary of having to divorce with children, would rather wait for their children to be grown and divorce at that time, freed from what they perceive to be emotionally- and financially-draining work.

No child custody battles. No child support issues. A shorter, less stressful process.

In practice, however, the opposite is true. There are many new and unique problems facing guys who divorce later in life.

Dec 06, 2011

Question:Colorado Divorce Attorney

Per our divorce property division agreement, my wife was to receive all the proceeds from the sale of the marital home while I retained my entire stake in my small business.

Because of the economy we made no money on the sale of the marital home, thus she received no income from the sale.

Now she claims she can force me to pay her half of the value of my small business to make up for her not receiving proceeds from the sale.

Can she do this?

Dec 06, 2011

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

We drafted our divorce settlement agreement and agreed to no alimony when I was unemployed, but now I have found a high-paying job.

After our divorce is final, can she take me back to court to modify our divorce settlement to take advantage of my increased assets and receive alimony?

Is there a way to prevent such a court action if she wants to bring me back to court to try and renegotiate the divorce settlement agreement?

Oct 13, 2011

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

How does marital property division treat student loans?

I acquired personal property by using student loans, of which I am solely responsible for.

Does my soon-to-be-ex-wife have any property rights to the items I bought with federal loan money?

Oct 11, 2011

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

I'm looking for separation advice for men on how to handle the property division of a car I bought my wife.

I bought her a car as a gift prior to our separation, even though she already had a good, reliable car. The car is in my name, but she says I cannot divest the asset because it was "gifted" to her.

If the vehicle I purchased is considered a "gift" is it her separate property or is it marital property subject to division?

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