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    If you are going through a divorce, then it is best for you to hire a New York divorce attorney. Strazzullo Law will make this difficult process go a lot more smoothly for you. They can also answer any questions that you may have about alimony. It is important to note that there are many myths about alimony. Myth: Alimony is a Right Fact: Your spouse is not automatically entitled to alimony. There are several factors that a judge takes into consideration before awarding someone alimony. Some of those factors include the duration of the marriage, the health of the parties and the skills of the spouse who wants alimony. Myth: Only Women can get Alimony Fact: Both sexes can get alimony. It is rare for men to be awarded alimony because men…

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    No Fault Divorce

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    either party. The change started in 1969, with California dismantling their fault based divorce system and then implementing the no fault divorce system. Almost all states followed California soon after and adopted their own no fault laws, with New York being the final state in 2010. The divorce laws were intended to have positive changes to all aspects of the law. However, these changes resulted in mainly negative consequences in alimony, property assets, child custody, and economics…

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    Divorce can be as devastating financially as it is emotionally. From alimony payments and legal fees to asset division and potential tax penalties, the average cost in the United States often runs in the $20,000 range. Though these expenses are unlikely to deter couples in need of a separation, the divorce law experts at Weingast Law in Hartford, CT recommend spouses prepare themselves for the road ahead. Protection Once you and your spouse have decided to divorce, it’s important to cancel…

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    Divorce Law

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    There are plenty of reasons as to why you would need a divorce lawyer. Unfortunately, not every relationship is meant to last. When two people do decide to get a divorce, their emotions are running high. Everyone expects a relationship to last, but unforeseen events do happen. As a couple does enter into a divorce, there is a need to hire a divorce attorney. With both spouses giving a lot of effort into a marriage, divorce can be a very hard issue to digest. Divorces do happen often and are…

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    When a couple becomes divorced everything that the couple had has to be shared. If the couple once had a luxurious home both parties now have to make a downgrade into economical budgets living facility. Whichever parent has custody of the children typically end up welfare to support the family. This is because prior to the divorce the relationship had two sources of income, since one is missing the parent has to find another source of help which in most cases is welfare. Studies show that,…

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    There are many reasons people would choose to cohabitate. Some people don 't want to get married but still want a long-term relationship and live with the person they love. Some reasons are economical and other people simply want someone to live with to reduce living expenses, like college students sharing an apartment. Other reasons include, but are not limited to: they are able to spend more time together, the opportunity to have emotional and sexual closeness without being married, they won’t…

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    Divorce Negative Effects

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    major factor in this change of roles in some cases, women have better paying jobs and support their men. Some men have a difficult time in accepting this change and this causes friction between the couples which builds up over time and eventually will lead to the divorce. Another reason for divorce is that couples are getting married too young. Second cause would be that couples are getting married too young. Couples now days are rushing into marriage due to many reasons. A significant reason…

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    Interracial Divorce Cases

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    Some courts may consider adultery and sexual misconducts would constitute factors in determining the right to alimony as well as child visitation and custody. The trends in recognizing the interspousal torts for intentional infliction of emotional distress, courts may take the unconscionable misconducts into consideration in making final divorce decree. There are situations or cases where spouse’s conducts are so grossly unjust, extreme and outrageous which shock the conscience of the court, the…

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    granting of petitions based on abandonment and conviction of a felony. Absolute divorce was also acceptable in cases of cruel treatment by the husband which might endanger the wife.” This rule was brought about in Indiana and were due to the fact that there were emergency reasons a partner would want to leave a marriage. This was a good enough reason since back in those times, being abused by a spouse was not a crime and was not considered family matter in which no one outside of the immediate…

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    Paul wrote what is now the book of First Corinthians as a letter to the church of Corinth. After hearing of disputes and worries from members of the church, Paul wrote the congregation letters (including first and second Corinthians) as counsel to guide the church back to the right path (Elwell & Yarbrough, 273). One of the problems listed is the concern of marriage. Paul responds to questions such as: should Christians get married? And what basis is there for divorce? In relation to today’s…

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