During the course of most marriages, a husband and wife will establish a standard of living with the expectation that they will be together forever. This is part of what makes a divorce so heart-wrenching: It can throw all your future plans into disarray.
Nobody gets married assuming that they will one day get divorced. Similarly, nobody invests in property expecting that one day they will lose it all.
No matter how heated your divorce becomes, it is crucial that you keep an objective eye on one factor: What belongs to you is yours.
Are you getting married? Congratulations! Planning a wedding is exciting – you’ve booked the venue, hired the band, and found the perfect rings. But there’s one essential step that might not have made your to-do list: See a family attorney as soon as possible.
Divorce can be a protracted process, and it can be difficult to keep track of so many moving parts while remaining unemotional. But there is one crucial factor you cannot afford to fumble: spousal maintenance.
More and more people are realizing that traditional liposuction, well, sucks. Apart from the pain, swelling and bruising, there are well-documented, serious risks: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns against various aspects of the procedure, including toxicity and skin necrosis, and has estimated that deaths arising from liposuction could be anywhere between 20 and 100 per 100,000 procedures.
It may seem ridiculous that your posts on Twitter, Facebook and other social networks could be used as evidence against you during your divorce. However, family lawyers use pictures, Tweets and other social media content as evidence in nearly two-thirds of divorce cases, according to Netscape.