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January 2016 Archives

WHO KEEPS THE RING (AND OTHER GIFTS) IF AN ENGAGEMENT IS CALLED OFF

When you have found your soul mate and you plan to get married, most couples will purchase an engagement ring to memorialize their relationship and their road to marriage. Sometimes the ring will be purchased by one party and sometimes it is a joint purchase made with joint funds.

WHAT HAPPENS IF A PARENT FAILS TO PAY COURT ORDERED CHILD SUPPORT?

Child support orders are legally enforceable orders made by a court of law and should be taken very seriously. Not complying with child support orders can have serious and lasting consequences. If you or someone you know is dealing with a former partner or spouse who is failing to pay child support, contact the Law Office of Steven M. Bishop today to learn more about your rights under the law and how we can help you enforce your child support order and collect support on behalf of your child. Whatever the reason your former partner is failing to pay child support, the Law Offices of Steven M. Bishop will vigorously assist you in getting your former partner to pay child support as ordered by a court.

IS IT TOO LATE FOR A POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENT?

Postnuptial Agreements may be less common than prenuptial agreements but can be just as important a tool in protecting your wealth, property, heirlooms or other important assets. If you are already married and do not have a Prenuptial Agreement, you may mistakenly believe it is too late to protect your assets or property. The good news is that it is never too late for a nuptial agreement!

COMMON WAYS PARTNERS CONCEAL WEALTH AND INCOME FROM EACH OTHER

In the divorce process one of the most important things to establish is an accurate and complete inventory of assets for each party to ensure all marital assets (and some assets purchased prior to the marriage, depending on agreements and law) can be fairly separated and divided. Unfortunately, many divorcing couples harbor ill-will towards each other, and do not want to divide property and assets equally or fairly. Some former spouses feel they are entitled to certain assets and to ensure they secure those assets they attempt to conceal them from each other and the Court.

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