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May 29, 2011

Question:Divorce lawyer Aisha Pridgen

I need some marriage separation advice on how to protect my personal property during a divorce.

After I asked my wife for a separation, she served me with a restraining order prohibiting me from entering the marital home. Later at court, I was granted access to the home in order to collect my personal property but everything I owned was gone.

How can I be compensated for this loss of property due to the restraining order?


May 23, 2011

mens divorce lawyer Janet Yu JohnstonQuestion:

My wife's boyfriend has moved into the marital home with our children while we are still married.

Is there anything I can do legally to force this man to leave the house?

Also, do I have a right to go into our home while he is living there?


May 09, 2011

By Jennifer Paine

Attorney, Cordell & Cordell

financial advice divorceSimply awarding the marital home to your wife in your divorce decree does not release you from your liability to the mortgage company.

You and your wife can make any agreement you want.

However, the mortgage company doesn’t care what your agreement is.

If she misses a payment, the company will pursue you for it.


May 06, 2011

By Jennifer Paine

Attorney, Cordell & Cordell

divorce inheritance propertyIf you received an inheritance, you might think all of it is yours – after all, your name appears in your generous Great Aunt Bertha's will, not your wife's.

Well, not necessarily.

In general, any property you acquire between the date of your marriage and the date of your divorce is considered marital property eligible for division (for those of you living in community property jurisdictions, the same rule usually applies).

An inheritance might be your separate property, but only if you did not commingle it with marital property or treat it as marital property during your marriage.

And that is tough to do.


Apr 29, 2011

Question:

property division divorceMy state is an "equitable distribution" state with regard to division of assets and debts. So how does equitable distribution work?

In my example, I make significantly more than my wife because she has chosen to work a low-paying, part-time job after quitting a full-time job that paid much more money.

This proves her ability to earn more. 

Will the court consider her voluntary underemployment in dividing property?


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