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The Family Court offers parties the opportunity to come before the Court in an effort to establish temporary terms to be put in place while litigation is pending. At a temporary hearing, for example, a Family Court Judge receives temporary hearing packets from both parties,...

Filing taxes is something almost everyone has in common with each other. So, when a couple is going through a divorce, figuring out how to file and what to expect is a common issue. What happens to my tax refund while I’m going through a divorce? This...

As previously discussed in another post, “The Estate Planning Four-Pack”, there are two documents often used in tandem to help plan for one’s medical treatment: the Living Will and the Healthcare Power of Attorney. Although both documents deal with medical decisions, there are some important...

QDRO stands for Qualified Domestic Relations Order. The most common use of a QDRO is in the setting of marital agreements dealing with the division of a spouse’s retirement account. The QDRO gives the court the ability to approve a means through which funds of...