Divorce Discovery and Depositions

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Splitting Assets in Divorce: Finding Out How Much My Spouse Spent on a Lover
You’ve already decided that you’re getting a divorce. Then your worst suspicions are confirmed – your spouse had an affair. While it can be a bit of a relief to know you were right, you’ll probably also feel hurt, scared, angry, and sad. Once you get over the initial shock, you may start to wonder how much your spouse spent on his or her lover. Read on to learn how important this information can be to the division of property in your divorce. ... Read more

Can My Lover Be Subpoenaed in My Divorce?
Infidelity is a very common problem in today’s marriages. While studies disagree on how many spouses actually cheat, the consensus is that infidelity in marriage is at least as common as fidelity. Divorces based on adultery are often messy, and jilted spouses sometimes go after their spouse’s lover. ... Read more

Can I Object to a Notice for a Divorce Deposition?
Your divorce case has taken longer than you expected, and you and your spouse are arguing over every last detail. Your attorney deposed your spouse, and now, your spouse’s attorney wants to take your deposition. Read on to find out more about objecting to a divorce deposition notice. ... Read more

Can I Refuse to Answer Questions at the Divorce Deposition?
Even though depositions are fairly common in divorce cases, they can still be intimidating. What kinds of questions should you expect? What should you do if you’re asked about something embarrassing at your deposition? How should you respond, and when can you refuse to answer? Continue reading to learn about the ins and outs of a deposition and your right not to answer a question. ... Read more

How Can I Get Documents From My Bank or Other Third Parties to Support My Divorce?
Learn more about getting divorce-related information from banks and other third parties. ... Read more

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Your email is not posed as a question so I really am not sure what you are looking for by way of response. However, I will tell you that there is no legal preference for the mother of children to be t ...Read more

All debts whether incurred before or during the marriage are presumptively 50/50 under the Wisconsin divorce code; if there is a showing of marital waste, that would be an exception to the presumption ...Read more

I assume you have custody and your ex has visitation and pays child support, since you mention your kids no longer "visit" him. If your ex pays support, he gets a tax deduction. If he pays no support ...Read more

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An agreement of separation is a contract between spouses, and determines most aspects about how alimony, child custody and support, property division, and debts are handled. A valid separation agreeme ... Read more


When most people think about the concept of shared parenting, they usually refer to the situation in which parents share child-care responsibilities after divorce, as opposed to a sole custody arrange ... Read more

Michigan Divorce with Special Needs Child: Medical Costs

Michigan Divorce with Special Needs Child: Medical Costs Divorce is not something that couples want to do but there may come a time when a couple decides that divorce is the answer. Divorce can be com ... Read more


The divorce rate for older couples in Minnesota and around the country has essentially doubled since the 1990s. In fact, for adults in the United States who were 50 years of age or older in 2015, 10 o ... Read more

MEN: Here’s A Few Tips For Handling Your Finances During Divorce

Men who are going through a divorce might think they’re biased against in court, but fortunately, that’s not the case. There are many things you can do to help make this divorce go smoothl ... Read more

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