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Relocation after divorce

After a divorce has become finalized, parents with minor children from that marriage may desire to move away from the town, city, county or state where they lived during the marriage.

Who decides for you? powers of attorney and guardianships in vermont

In far too many instances, couples neglect to plan for what medical treatment they might receive or who might have control over their personal assets once they become incapable of doing it themselves. Through a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, or by voluntary guardianship's, individuals can direct who will control life decisions made on their behalf in the event of incompetence or temporary or permanent disability

Divorce - request to allocate future college expenses

When will a court require parents to be responsible for college expenses in a pending divorce.

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Family Law - The Holman Law Firm - The Best Parents Is Both Parents

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"Family" Law - The Holman Law Firm, The Best Parents is Both Parents

Basden v. boyster

Father and mother never wed, but a child was born. Initially mother had sole custody, father had standard visitation. Events changed over the next couple of years and father retained my services. An action was brought to have custody place with father. At trial, the Court awarded custody to father. Mother objected and appealed the matter. Matter was affirmed on appeal with the Court of Appeals found (as the trial court found) that father was more stable than mother, had kept a calendar of times with the mother, had paid the child support ordered, and other factors from trial and affirmed the custody being place with father.

Jackman v. account specialists

State law (since statehood) required husband to be responsible for medical bills of wife. Court of appeals found the statute to be unconstitutional. As a result, the next legislative secession, the law was changed to make both spouses responsible for the medical debts or necessities of the other spouse.

University hospitals v. annesley

Appeal concerned funds exempt or not in a Bankruptcy action. Suit had been filed against husband and wife for medical bills incurred by wife. The end result was the law set out when and how much certain funds paid by an annuity or other periodic payments would be exempt from creditors reach.

What you need to know about the 3 types of divorces

Under Florida law, there are 3 different types of divorces. Each type of divorce has differences and similarities to the others, and it’s important to thoroughly evaluate each one to determine which one is right for your unique situation. Here’s what you need to know about each type of divorce.