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Decades Of Litigation Experience

Month: May 2021

POST-DIVORCE RETIREMENT ACCOUNT ISSUES

By Matt Cavallo As part of your divorce settlement, it may be agreed between you and your spouse that both of you will receive a marital share of your spouse’s retirement account, whether it be a pension, annuity, or some other account. After the stipulation of...

MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT

By Hope Tuber Once child support is established, the terms are normally placed in an agreement which is then used to facilitate your divorce. This separation agreement is a contractual obligation on the parties. Consequently, when entering into this agreement, you...

EXCLUSIVE USE AND OCCUPANCY

By Hope Tuber Courts are statutorily empowered in a matrimonial action to award temporary exclusive possession of the marital premises to one of the parties. Exclusive occupancy of the marital residence can be awarded to a party prior to trial without a hearing only...

PERSONALLY SERVING YOUR SPOUSE

By Matt Cavallo, Esq. When it comes time to serve your spouse with the divorce summons, the law requires that that parties to suits be notified of the action. It would not be fair, after all, to be able to litigate against someone who is not even aware of the...