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January 2016 Archives

You may be required to pay alimony after your divorce

Divorce is not uncommon, although it is impossible to say that any two divorces between Oneida County residents are alike. The spouses in different marriages make different contributions to the success of their unions, and the ways that couples approach childrearing and financial decisions can look very different as well. As such, whether a person will be required to pay child support or alimony after a divorce is completed will depend on the facts and circumstances of the particular case.

Will our divorce destroy our business?

There are many contentious topics that can come up during divorce proceedings, but some of the most difficult ones have to do with property division. It’s one thing if you have to decide who gets the kitchen table or the family car. It’s a whole other ballgame when you are splitting up the family business.

Shared parenting for dads after divorce: How common is it, really?

Only a half a century ago, sexual stereotypes dominated the mainstream cultural landscape. Gays and lesbians were in the so-called closet. Men were supposed to bring home the proverbial bacon and women were supposed to focus almost exclusively on being wives and mothers. The result was a rigid set of social norms that Betty Friedan decried as the "feminine mystique."

Understanding how workers' compensation can help injured workers

Though workers never want to think about getting hurt at work, unfortunately, workplace accidents occur. It is important for workers to know what to do in advance and how to approach an injury and subsequent workers' compensation claim for benefits. Understanding the best approach to the aftermath of a workplace injury is important for workers and their families in a variety of ways.

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