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Marital Property
Oh, dear; this cannot be good public policy. Divorce courts should be requiring no-holds-barred open disclosure. This decision will create or perpetuate a culture of trickery in litigation. It is beyond comprehension that the sale of business for $225 million could take place in one month. When the seller signed this divorce agreement he had...
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An Alaska case last month is causing quite a stir. Krize v. Krize, Alaska Supreme Court, September 29, 2006
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There are two good posts on a new collusive divorce case, one from Updates in Michigan Family Law and the other from the Family Law Prof Blog.
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New Headache For Homeowners: Inflated Appraisals: Rosy Valuations, Common In Boom, Now Haunt Sellers; It’s Pay-the-Piper Time is the story by James R. Hagerty and Ruth Simon in the WALL STREET JOURNAL, Weekend Edition July 22, 2006; Page A1
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AAML President-Elect, Guy Ferraro is cited in a Concord Monitor Online article, as American’s attachment to their pets filters into the divorce arena. The St. Petersburg Times reports on pending cases that are attempting to test pets being treated merely as divisible marital property.
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From the Pittsburg Post-Gazette, When Marriges End, Who Gets The Pets.
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Tips to Uncover Unreported Income and Hidden Assets as reported by Janet Jangjahr, in her Florida Divorce blog. Divorce Online has published this handy article containing tips on finding Unreported Income and Hidden Assets.
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Alan Pearlman, who writes the Chicago Family Law Blog, has a great article on the tax side of dividing retirement assets upon divorce: Tax Issues Related to Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Divorce It is reprinted below. Thanks, Alan.
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Hollbrook v. Hollbrook, 151 SW3d 825 (Ky.App., 2005) Where wife did not file a complaint in Bankruptcy Court, the Court did not have jurisdiction to reverse the order of the Bankruptcy Court discharging husband’s debt to wife arising from pension benefits he received prior to entry and acceptance of QDROs.
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