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Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2011’
Teenagers that are out of Control I was approached the other day by a mother who has “custody” of her 15 year old son. The child is out of control and is physically frightening and intimidating to mom. Even though mom is technically the custodial parent, son lives with dad right now. Dad is, however, entirely no help and blames …
Regardless of the length of the marriage, retirement benefits should be discussed and settled in every divorce case. For example, the petition, marital settlement agreement and judgment should all provide either for the spouse’s waiver of retirement benefits or the division of any such benefits. A spouse should waive retirement benefits only if that spouse’s share is worth very little. …