Once again, it has been made clear that where either or both spouses have assets or liabilities at the date of marriage, it is foolhardy (or at least imprudent) to enter the marriage without a prenuptial agreement and/or the assembly of proof of the extent, nature and value of those assets or liabilities.
For divorce attorneys, a surge in calls is typical after the holidays are over and the new year begins. In January, divorce attorneys are busier than usual with calls from new clients who want to begin the divorce process.
For divorce attorneys, a surge in calls is typical after the holidays are over and the new year begins.
Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark S. Cady announced in his 2015 State of the Judiciary speech the creation of a task force “to make recommendations for greater consistency,…
The time has finally come: The Supreme Court has agreed to take on same-sex marriage, and it’s likely the case that we’ve all been waiting for. So who do activists have to thank? The court that voted against it.
According to several media reports, former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive, David Drumm was recently denied a bankruptcy discharge by a judge in Boston.
In last month’s decision in Lowe v. Lowe, the Third Department upheld subtracting one half of the amount spent by a wife on TV home shopping from her distributive award.
The Supreme Court decided today to review the right of states to ban same-sex marriage. The Court granted certiorari in four cases, all from the Sixth Circuit (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee), whose U.S. Court of Appeals had upheld state bans.
Following its landmark 2013 decision striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional, the Supreme Court earlier today decided to take on what will likely be the definitive ruling on the issue of same-sex marriage.
Earlier today, Robert Epstein posted an interesting piece entitled The Psychology of Mediation. Whether people like it or not, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is here to stay as the new norm.