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Can You Disinherit Your Spouse PDF Print E-mail
Written by B. Clark, Esq.   
Monday, 18 February 2013 20:21

Til Death Do Us Part? Your marital obligation continues even after death”

In addition, to the general uncertainties of death most of us are concern that after our death we will no longer h ave any control over any affairs on Earth.  Many of us are concerned about what will happen to our children, family real estate, family heir looms and our hard earned money.   Through a Last Will and Testament we are fortunate that the law try to ensure that our wishes are carried out after death.   Generally speaking, your Last Will and Testament allows for the dispositions of your property any matter you wish.  However, the law prevents a person from completely disinheriting their spouse unless it was agreed to be disinheri ted in a legal agreement or prenuptial agreement.   A Will that attempts to completely disinherit a spouse or a will that does not adequately provide for a spouse is subject to a spousal challenge or a will contest.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 February 2013 18:18
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Disinherting A Child PDF Print E-mail
Written by M. West   
Thursday, 31 January 2013 17:23

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 16:21
 
Contested Divorce Vs. Uncontested Divorce PDF Print E-mail
Written by Aaron Deshon   
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 01:51

What's the difference between fault divorce and no-fault divorce?

Author: Aaron Deshon

Divorce can be emotionally devastating for some. It's no easy task to go through a divorce. It's advisable to have one of the best divorce lawyers by your side to ensure that you get a fair deal in the case. There are many things that need to be taken care of otherwise the other party may take undue advantage of any lapse done by his/her ex. It's even better if one can get his/her family lawyer to take up the case. The family lawyer will not only help you have your right protected but he will be also an emotional support and understand your position better.

As per the situation a divorce case can either be "Fault Divorce" or "No Fault Divorce". Having a qualified divorce attorney would help the client understand which type of case he falls under. Knowing one's own situation helps make the strategies accordingly. First one needs to be clear as to what a fault divorce and no fault divorce mean. The following information may help you understand it better

Fault Divorce: A fault divorce is one in which one party blames the other or accuses the other to be causing the divorce. However, the party making the allegation need to prove his/her ground. Every state has its own set of rules that determine whether the situation can lead to a fault divorce. The grounds that can lead to fault divorce include the following:

Infidelity Cruelty Mental instability by one of the partner Homosexuality Inability to engage in sexual intercourse No Fault Divorce: A No Fault Divorce is when no party has got any allegations against each other and hence, do not require proving anything. They simply need to approach the court stating they can't continue with their marital union owing to incompatibility or irreconcilable difference.

Every state allows for no fault divorce while they have their own rules that determine if the situation fits the case of a fault divorce. You should gather information on the prevailing rules in the state that you belong to. The divorce lawyer that you have hired would help you defend your case and guide you throughout.

The partner making the allegation should remember to have solid evidence to support his/her case before the court. Depending upon the state you belong to and the existing rules, filing a fault divorce might be beneficial as well. Some states take fault into account while deciding on the distribution of property, assets or deciding the alimony. Sometimes one might get fault divorce quickly than the no fault divorce.

Whichever case you belong to the prerequisite is to have one among the best divorce lawyers by your side. This would ease the mental agony and help you sort your case well.

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I am Aaron Dishon providing information about Divorce Lawyers. I am giving some top most divorce lawyers list divorce lawyers & child custody

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 November 2012 20:42
 
What is a No Fault Divorce PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dorothy Curry   
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 00:51

No Fault Divorce: No More Requirements

Author: Dorothy Curry

A What is the difference between fault and no-fault divorces? An irrocible divorce (ID divorce), is commonly refered to as no fault divorces occurs when two people want to end stated marriage without alleging any reasons for the divorce nor does . In the event the couple agrees to break their marriage as they want their marriage to get null and void, a no fault method of divorce is usually filed by them. It has been common for troubled couples. Most states recognize this no fault ground for a valid reason to proclaim an end to marriage. Most courts may refer this as being a "divorce on the basis of irreconcilable differences".

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 23:47
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Three Ways to Avoid Probate PDF Print E-mail
Written by Amy F.   
Monday, 13 June 2011 16:04

Probate is an expensive and time-consuming process that no-one would wish upon their family. Yet despite common belief, there are ways to reduce the probate cost and complexity of a case, or to eliminate the need for it altogether.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 13 June 2011 16:59
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