Why is my wife’s child that she had with her boyfriend legally mine? Why would my wife’s child that she had with her boyfriend while we were separated be my legal child? And now I have to pay child support for the child????????? “That baby isn’t mine! But, why does the judge say it’s legally […]
Do I need an attorney for a prenuptial agreement? Can’t we just do it ourselves? Simple answer —> NO You should NOT do it on your own. That is something the court is always looking at. In the eyes of the law, marriage is a contract between two people. A premarital agreement is also a
There are two things to be aware of when a party is asking for alimony. First, the court looks the monetary need of the asking spouse, and the ability to pay of the paying spouse. If the court determines that a need and ability to pay exist, (that is finding Entitlement to an
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Sometimes when parties are married they choose for whatever reason not to proceed forward with a divorce but they still separate. As there is no legal separation in Florida, one method used is to file an action called “support unconnected with a divorce” in order to receive support without filing for the divorce. This is
The Curious Case of Rachel Canning In early March 2014, an 18 year-old New Jersey native, Rachel Canning, brought suit against her parents in order to compel them to pay for her private school tuition and future college costs. According to official reports, Rachel had left home after refusing to abide by the “rules of
MLB Paternity List Many fans of America’s favorite past time were surprised to hear about this when it first surfaced in the news in early 2014 – I know this author was – but it’s true, Major League baseball has a “Paternity List” which allows players to lawfully leave a team when their spouse is in
Guest Blog | By Alfred Villoch III of Savage & Villoch, PLLC Generally, no. Spouses must continue to pay alimony even if they file bankruptcy. This includes the payment of past due alimony. Section 523 is entitled “Exceptions to discharge.” A person cannot discharge (or get rid) of the debts listed in that section. Subsection (a)(5) states