In Case You Missed It – February 16, 2015

February 16, 2015

“In Case You Missed It” is a new weekly video series that recaps recent top stories. Additionally, the videos will highlight older articles that still contain relevant and helpful information that may have been buried by more recent posts.

This new series makes it even easier to stay up to speed with the latest articles and useful information provided by Men’s Divorce.

In Case You Missed It – February 16, 2015:

Handling Spousal Abandonment as a New Father

Spousal abandonment is difficult to deal with, but there are laws out there to protect you and help ensure you get the support from your spouse you deserve.

Can My Ex Sign My Son Up for Baseball on My Time?

Can the mother sign a child up for baseball during the father’s visitation and force him to use his time for it? How would this be viewed by a judge?

Attorney Bites: How Courts Calculate Alimony in Divorce

In this week’s video, Colorado family law attorney Miles Cottom explains how the courts calculate alimony obligations during a divorce.

Can I Start a Business and Keep it as Separate Property?

I am starting a new business, and I want to keep it as my own separate property whether the business succeeds or fails. How can I protect my new business?

The Role of a Legal Assistant in Your Domestic Matter

Your attorney’s legal assistant can perform many roles throughout a divorce, including taking on tasks that could save you money since they bill for less.

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