From time to time, SIEGELLAW likes to put out there valuable information from other financial professionals. This one comes from Gregory E. Gann, Esq., a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst:
As a divorce attorney, I rarely have cases that involve aspects of the US. Constitution.
From time to time, I re-publish great Do's and Don'ts lists in the field of family law. Here is one regarding income from a self-employed individual.
Men feel that they get a bad rap in the divorce process. Judges favor moms for custody. Men get hit with high child support and alimony awards. Why does she get half of my retirement? I hear this all the time.
Occasionally, one of my colleagues will send an email, asking for thoughts and help on certain topics. Highly experienced divorce attorneys tend to be a great resource for younger or less experienced attorneys. Here is a recent request for help on the omplex and troubling issue of stalking:
So, in Maryland, a state with an Equal Rights Amendment, the answer, by law, is no, right? A lot of guys, and many women, just don't buy it. Is it true, myth, hype or situational?
As more and more Courts become more and more stingy about awarding alimony-and some states are working towards limiting or eliminating alimony altogether-people often ask me how alimony is going to be calculated in their case.
So, I am now watching Season 1, Episode 2.
High conflict custody cases never end at the ring of the bell of the judge's final decision. They often go on and on and on. . .