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Jun 09, 2014

Question:caroline thompson attorney pennsylvania

In the original divorce decree, the agreement between my ex and I was that I would give her the house. The hope was that this would keep our kids in a familiar environment.

However, she never sold the house and never took it out of my name. After a year of sporadic mortgage payments on her end, she realized she couldn't afford the mortgage. 

I have now moved back into the house and taken over payments, but what do I need to do to get the house legally back under my name?

May 07, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My spouse moved out of the home 90 days ago and has not returned. 

Both of our names are on the title to the house. She stated that she will not be returning.

Can I change the locks without any legal repercussions?

Nov 15, 2012

prenuptial postnuptial agreementBy Tara N. Brewer

Special to

When entering into a marriage, divorce may be the furthest possibility from your mind. However, statistics speak volumes making the use of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements more popular than ever.

Currently, the divorce rate in America for a first marriage is 41%. The divorce rate for second marriage is 60% and third marriage is 73%.

Therefore, when making the ultimate decision of marriage, it's important to consider the ways the union impacts your finances.

Feb 14, 2012

St. Louis divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife and I are getting divorced and her parents are threatening to bill me for the wedding costs they incurred.

Do I have any legal obligation to pay back the cost of our wedding to my in-laws?

Jan 27, 2012

divorce mistakesJoseph Cordell’s latest column on explains why the moment you say "I do" you are essentially giving your spouse half of your wealth.

Not just your current wealth and what you bring into the marriage, but nearly every asset acquired during the course of the marriage -- and sometimes after.

Cordell, the principal partner of Cordell & Cordell and founder of, thinks every guy should realize the enormity and importance of saying, “I do.” It’s a contract that Cordell thinks guys do not appreciate the extent and comprehensiveness of.

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