|Relocating a Child Outside of Massachusetts: Stop Before You Move|
Claire C. Tutwiler; Rubin and Rudman LLP;
September 2, 2014, previously published on August 21, 2014Are you thinking of moving to a warmer climate? Do you have a great job offer in San Francisco? Has your ex-wife married someone who lives in Kansas? People relocate with their children from Massachusetts every day for a host of reasons, and there are many factors for anyone to consider when...
|How to Deal with a Narcissist and Other Personality Disorders in Divorces|
The Micklin Law Group;
August 29, 2014, previously published on Summer 2014There are many issues that arise during a divorce, but what can make the entire process extremely difficult is when one spouse has a personality disorders that influences the path of the marriage dissolution. One of the major problems with this situation is that the public perception of the spouse...
|Annulment—An Invalid Marriage|
Howard Van Den Heuvel; Van Den Heuvel Law Office;
August 27, 2014 An annulment is a judicial finding that a valid marriage never existed. The grounds for Annulment, children of an annulled marriage, as well as other related issues are all discussed in this article.
|New Legislation Regarding Mandated Reporters of Suspected Child Abuse|
Lamb Barnosky LLP;
August 27, 2014, previously published on August 18, 2014The Governor recently signed legislation expanding the list of persons mandated to report cases of suspected child abuse and requiring the Commissioner of Education to issue regulations regarding required coursework for reporting child abuse and maltreatment for individuals holding temporary...
|Marriage, Separation, Divorce & Other Torts|
Rainwater Gibbs L.L.P.;
August 20, 2014, previously published by Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia on Winter 2013Marriage is a status being husband and wife that enables the couple privileges not offered to unmarried persons. Modern privileges of marriage allow a spouse to do tasks such as sign legal documents for the other spouse, be granted tax breaks, and have a right to inherit from their deceased...
|Constructive Trust and Posthumous QDRO Proper Where Divorcing Parties Failed to Communicate Terms of Divorce Agreement to Retirement Plan|
Colleen K. O'Brien; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
August 19, 2014, previously published on August 2014Robinette v. Hunsecker (No. 90, Court of Appeals of Maryland, July 18, 2014), involved the intersection of a divorce and pension/retirement benefits under a retirement plan sponsored by the Husband’s employer. In terms of the underlying facts, Husband was employed by a public school system,...
Juan Francisco Pardini; Pardini & Asociados;
August 15, 2014, previously published on February 2014The family office is a unique family business that is created to provide tailored wealth management solutions (from investments to philanthropy) in an integrated fashion while promoting and preserving the identity and values of the family.
|Electronic Snooping: Michigan Law in Spying|
Van Den Heuvel Law Office;
August 14, 2014Recoding another person for purposes of legal suit or evidence in a trial is a game governed by the law. Knowing the law is key because a violation of the eavesdropping law could subject you to a felony. In this article I will discuss electronic snooping in phone recording, GPS tracking, email, and...
|Premarital or Post-Marital Agreements Also Known As Prenuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements|
Sally S. Andrews, Kellie Schneider; The Law Offices of Sally S. Andrews;
August 14, 2014Today couples about to marry are far more likely to sign a premarital or prenuptial agreement as one or both of them is more likely to have worked independently and acquired assets that they wish to have as their separate property; or one or more of them stands in line to inherit business and other...
|Change of Domicile (moving from your current home)|
Van Den Heuvel Law Office;
August 14, 2014Abstract: Are you thinking of moving more than 100 miles away from your current home? Do you have custody of a minor child? This article discusses the law of moving when you are the parent of a child seeking to move out of state or in state, but 100 miles away from your current home.