Monthly Archives: September 2013

Modification of Spousal Support

In Re Marriage of Hoffmeister discussed a modification of a spousal support when the supporting party’s income increased substantially. FACTUAL BACKGROUND FOR THE MODIFICATION OF SPOUSAL SUPPORT The parties were married for more than 23 years. At the time of the … Continue reading

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Appellate Review of A Divorce

If one party believes that the trial court’s order is contrary to the law, that party has the right to appeal the trial court’s decision. However, if the appealing party does not provide any evidence to the appellate court, the … Continue reading

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Division of Property in a Divorce When Title is Solely in One Spouse’s Name

According to Valli the presumption of title and not the presumption of the time of purchase will determine whether an item is community or separate property. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING TO THE DISSOLUTION The parties purchased a life insurance policy during … Continue reading

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