Monthly Archives: January 2013

Prenuptial Agreements: Are They Enforceable?

 Hill v. Dittmer involves an attempt by one spouse to invalidate a premarital agreement because the other spouse’s assets were not disclosed at the time the prenuptial agreement was made. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Both parties … Continue reading

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Spousal Support and Imputed Income

The appellate court in Kochan v. Kochan considered whether one party’s potential income could be used to increase the award of monthly spousal support to the other spouse. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE The parties in this … Continue reading

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Child Support: Is the Recipient Required to Identify how the Support is Used?

In Cryer v. Cryer, the court considered whether the mother of a minor child was required to provide an accounting for the way in which she used the child support payment. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE CHILD SUPPORT ISSUE The … Continue reading

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