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Mar 11, 2010

Note: This is Part 1 of a two-part Q&A with Bill Ferguson. Click here to read Part 2.

Bill Ferguson, a former top divorce attorney now known as “The Love Counselor” for his work in taking the conflict out of divorce, recently talked with DadsDivorce.com about how to part ways as friends.

For the past 25 years, Ferguson has devoted his life to healing relationships and his work has been featured on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and in The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. He created the How to Divorce as Friends web site to show you, step-by-step, how to end conflict, restore cooperation, heal your relationship, and if necessary, divorce as friends.

Ferguson talked with us about the cycle of conflict, healing the hurt, and restoring the love in relationships, maybe not as husband and wife but at least as one human being to another.

Read on for the Q&A with excellent advice on divorce.


Mar 10, 2010

Among the Ask a Divorce Lawyer questions answered today by Cordell & Cordell attorneys:

  • She was ordered to refinance the home but she still doesn't qualify and now the creditors think I'm liable. What can I do?
  • We are U.S. citizens but married in another country. We are planning on getting divorced. Can I return to my country after the divorce? Will I have to pay child and spousal support?
  • In the divorce papers I was served with there are numerous false statements. I realize I have 30 days to respond, but I have no idea where to begin.

 


Mar 10, 2010

By Erica Christian

Attorney

Cordell & Cordell, P.C.

Note: This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Click here to read Part 1.

In November, Bristol Palin filed a legal petition seeking sole custody of her and Levi Johnston's minor child, Tripp, and $1,700 per month in child support. Reports indicate that Levi is ordered to pay Bristol $21,561.12 as backpay for support dating back to the date of birth.  Levi has a child support order going forward of $1,688.42 per month. 

The 19-year-old father had a big year in 2009, filled with modeling and acting gigs and income generated from interviews and appearances.  He went from never making more than $10,000 per year to over $100,000 in 2009. 

But are these earnings what the aspiring actor/model can expect to receive in 2010 and thereafter? 


Mar 10, 2010

Dan Danford, host of Money Made Easy, tackles a viewer's question about what to consider when purchasing life insurance.

Danford, MBA, CRSP of Family Investment Center, uses his own 30 years of experience as a small business owner and financial adviser to offer advice on if you should be buying life insurance and how much you should have.

 

 


Mar 09, 2010

Among the Ask a Divorce Lawyer questions answered today by Cordell & Cordell attorneys:

  • If I never turned in our marriage certificate to the clerk, am I still legally married?
  • I've been making the mortgage payments during the divorce process so is the home mine during this time?
  • Can I request the kids be taken out of daycare if they're old enough? Why do I pay for that and child support?
  • Do I have to pay half of our child's counseling fees if there is no court order and my ex set it up without input from me?
  • My child's mother is moving states and leaving my child to live with a friend. I'll still be paying child support. Shouldn't she have to pay as well since she's leaving the child or can I have more obligation reduced?
  • My ex has a court order to refinance the mortgage, but has already been denied once. What happens if she can't refinance?
  • My ex is paid off but I still owe the state a lot of money, the majority of which is surcharges that will keep piling up. Do I have any options?

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