4 Ways To Realistically Plan For Divorce

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Planning for a divorce is a tricky concept. Some men find themselves in a miserable marriage where it seems impossible that things could be worse post-divorce. This “divorce fantasy” causes them to believe everything in their life will remain the same after divorce except their partner will be gone. Reality is


Think First: Consider The Ramifications Of Divorce

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Divorce can make even the most successful and intelligent people act irrationally. Too many individuals allow emotions to dictate their decision-making process when it comes to issues of marriage and fail to consider all the ramifications of divorce. That was the point Cordell & Cordell Principal Partner Joseph Cordell made


Can Permanent Alimony Be Modified?

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Question: I am 62 years old and am paying permanent alimony. I am paying nearly $1,500 per month and don’t think I will ever be able to retire. Is there anything I can do to modify or terminate my alimony payments?


Am I Paying Too Much Child Support?


Question: I recently signed my uncontested divorce decree. I had no attorney and feel I might have agreed to pay too much child support. We have four kids. I have to pay more than $600 supplemental security income to my oldest and an additional $865 in child support. I only


When Does Child Support Start?

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Question: When do I become obligated to pay child support? Answer: While I am not licensed to practice law in your state, I can give some general guidance on this issue. Legally, you are not required to make child support payments to your spouse unless the court orders the payments.


Sorting Out Inheritances During Divorce


Question: My wife is hinting at a divorce and I don’t want to fight her. For the last six years we have been living off her inheritance she received when her father passed away. Most of that is in investment accounts, most of which are in her name only. Additionally,