What are Grandparents Rights?

While grandparents do not have nearly as many rights regarding their grandchildren as parents do, they still have a number of legal rights. Despite being limited, grandparents have successfully invoked these rights a number of times. If you have grandchildren, here are some of the basic legal rights you have as their grandparent. They Have […]

  • Posted on: Aug 24 2020
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Do Same-Sex Jewish Couples Need a Get to Divorce?

In 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States made same-sex legal across the country. Many LGBT+ individuals, some of whom had been partners for decades, quickly took advantage of this and married. However, all relationships, regardless of orientation, have their ups and downs. Today, same-sex divorce is just as common as opposite-sex divorce. Some […]

  • Posted on: Jul 28 2020
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What Is and What Is Not a Joint Asset?

If you’re in the middle of a divorce or are considering one, it’s vital to understand what the term “joint asset” means and what falls into that category. When you file for divorce, you and your spouse will need to make a very detailed list of all of your assets. You’ll need to separate them […]

  • Posted on: Jun 23 2020
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Buying a House During a Divorce

When you decide to get a divorce, it’s likely that either you, your spouse, or both will need to look for a new place to live. Often, this means renting an apartment, but it could also mean buying a new home. However, because you’re still legally married, the process is just a little different. You […]

  • Posted on: Apr 29 2020
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What Assets Must Be Divided During a Divorce?

Divorce is something many people have never done before, and most hope they only do it once. Because of this, it’s something that many people have a general idea, but may lack knowledge of specifics. One of the things some people misunderstand is how the court looks at assets and their division. While the court […]

  • Posted on: Mar 31 2020
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