Monthly Archives: October 2012

8 Financial Clues Your Spouse Wants a Divorce

Your instincts may be tell you that something strange is brewing in your marriage, or perhaps the tensions between the two of you are becoming palpable. But how do you really know if your spouse is considering splitting up and … Continue reading

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“October Surprise” Rumors for Obama and Romney Both Involve Divorce

Have you noticed that in the past few days, the 2012 presidential election has become all about…divorce? Rumor has it that an “October Surprise” or two may becoming down the pike for both candidates, and in both cases, the scandalous … Continue reading

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E-Visitation: NJ Bill Allows Skyping and Texting to Count as Parenting Time

Tom Cruise has taken a lot of heat for not seeing daughter Suri in the flesh over the past two months, though the two talk on the phone and video chat “at least once a day,” Cruise’s lawyer confirms. This … Continue reading

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Foul Ball! A Case Study on Understated Assets During Divorce: McCourt vs. McCourt

Not too long ago, we blogged about a very practical topic: “Getting Top Dollar for Household Items Sold During Divorce.” We covered things like how to post used books for sale on Amazon and how to work with an estate … Continue reading

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Spying on Your Spouse During Divorce: How Far is Too Far?

Hidden video cameras. GPS tracking secretly installed in cars. Smartphone apps and computer spyware that save every text, search, and email… Once accessible mainly to law enforcement or private investigators, surveillance technology has become cheaper and easier-to-use. And as a … Continue reading

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More Cohabiting Couples In Court After Breaking Up

Live with your partner, but never tied the knot, and now want to know what legal options are available in the event you break up? You are not alone, according to a recent poll of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyer … Continue reading

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Study: Couples MORE Likely to Divorce When Spouses Split Housework

Guys, looking for the perfect excuse to get out of housework? How about not helping out around the house as a way to help the two of you stay together? It could be true, according to a new study from … Continue reading

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