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


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.