Sam Stoia - Tuesday, February 27, 2018
In some ways, it was love at first sight. The two of you met at a local restaurant. Before you knew it, your romance was hot and heavy. Within a few weeks, you moved in together. You added him to your cell phone bill as your plan was cheaper. In fact, you even loaned him money. However, things happened too fast, and you now find yourself in a broken relationship. What are the odds that you’ll recover some of ..
Sam Stoia - Monday, February 26, 2018
There was once a time that parents stayed together for the sake of the children. For some, there was a presumption that mothers would be awarded custody. As a result, a great many fathers expressed concern that they would never see their kids unless the family unit remained intact. Fortunately, times have changed. In fact, many courts are ordering 50/50 parenting plans. The idea is to foster environments that are in y ..
Sam Stoia - Tuesday, February 20, 2018
You divorced only a couple of years ago. At the time, you and your husband came to an agreement about alimony payments. Later, the judge included the terms when he granted your divorce. Spousal support was set for an end date, which would terminate earlier if your ex had a lover move in with him. However, you were also warned. You needed to prove cohabitation in order to achieve early relief from support obligations. ..
Sam Stoia - Wednesday, February 14, 2018
There’s a chance that you’ve delayed your divorce for financial reasons. After all, you’ve owned a company for many years. As far as you’re concerned, your ex-doesn’t deserve a share at all. Unfortunately, your opinion matters little. When it comes to determining equitable distribution (https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/equitable_distribution), your business is considered a marital asset. ..
Sam Stoia - Monday, February 12, 2018
To put it bluntly, no one wants to face criminal charges. However, interference with custody or parenting time makes it a possibility. That’s not to say there aren’t situations when denying visitation seems critical. The same can be said about the decision not to return a child to the custodial parent. While it’s true that some parents have informal agreements as far as custody and parenting times, ..
Sam Stoia - Thursday, February 08, 2018
An intimate relationship that establishes parenthood does many things. For most, it creates a degree of permanent bond between the couple. Like it or not, parents find themselves interacting even when their personal relationships go sour. At the very least, visitation and support can be concerns. This may mean at least preliminary court appearances. So, what happens when child support adjustments seem in order? Ch ..
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