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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?


Sep 09, 2011

garnish wages child supportBy Christian D. Barnard

Divorce lawyer, Cordell & Cordell

A client recently came to me for financial advice on divorce concerning his wife perhaps trying to shield assets through a Social Security Offset.

A Social Security Offset is a reduction in the value of pension benefits subject to equitable distribution in your divorce due to an adjustment based upon hypothetical or actual Social Security benefits.

Under federal law, Social Security benefits are not considered marital assets and therefore are not subject to distribution in divorce proceedings.

Some government employees do not pay into Social Security, but instead pay in to another form of government pension plan. 

In essence, the Social Security Offset allows your wife to substitute the money she is paying into a pension plan for what she would be paying into Social Security, and therefore, shield it from division in your divorce. 


Sep 04, 2011

mens divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife's parents gave us a large monetary gift to help us purchase our marital home, which is titled in both our names. 

Now that we are divorcing, how does that gift affect the equity from the sale of the house it was used to purchase?


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