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March 2011 Archives

Fulton County Suit Alleges Counsel Right for Indigent Parents

A lawsuit filed earlier this week in Fulton County Superior Court spotlights indigent parents in Georgia who have been jailed or imprisoned for their inability to pay child support. The case challenges the state's assumption that "deadbeat parents" who are locked up because of failure to pay should not be accorded the same right to legal counsel that indigents charged with other crimes have.

Divorce Doesn't Have to End Those Trips to Yellowstone

American divorce has always included a substantial amount of variance from case to case for how ex-spouses across the country continue to relate post-dissolution, both with each other and together - if at all - with the kids. Many ex-partners, in past years as well as now, keep a firm distance from their ex, seeing their kids only within the contours of a clearly spelled out visitation agreement that specifies their time as opposed to that of their ex-mate. Others are more amicably disposed and flexible and not so worried about the details concerning shared time, child custody and so forth.

High-Asset Divorce Case Spotlights Importance of Legal Drafting

The divorce case featuring Credit Suisse Group AG chief executive Brady Dougan and his ex-wife Tomoko Hamada Dougan contains many of the standard elements that one might expect to find in a truly high-asset divorce matter. It also goes far toward demonstrating that a diligent and careful divorce attorney with experience in high-asset dissolutions and relevant contract drafting can make a material difference in the outcome of any future dispute.

Divorce and Social Security: A Few Considerations

In the realm of divorce, lots of considerations potentially pop up. Given the particular dissolution, child custody and support might be a primary concern. Perhaps spousal maintenance is front and center in negotiations between two soon-to-be exes. In a high-asset divorce, property division is obviously of key importance.

Annually, the Post-Valentine's Effect for Many Married Couples

Certain days each year are both singular and memorable for their ability to trigger strong emotions and memories. Birthdays, for example. Weddings and graduations. Christmas.

Celebrity Outcomes Serve to Educate, Highlight Family Law Issues

It is certainly hard to keep Charlie Sheen off the airwaves, even with the cancellation of his popular television show. And although a legal blog focused on providing important family law information across a wide spectrum to clients and would-be clients might be accused of giving in a bit to celebrity fodder when it discusses Sheen, we don't view it that way.

GA High Court Rules State Law Applies in Global Custody Battle

The central facts of the controversy are enough to give virtually any law school student in a choice-of-law class nightmares. Moreover, they point decidedly to the wisdom of securing experienced family law counsel in any instance where a child custody dispute becomes complex and features the competing laws of multiple jurisdictions.

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