If I Could Know Only Ten Things About My Family Law Case, What Would They Be?
Published to: 000114, 000116, A Small Town Lawyer's Perspective
on October 24, 2013 9:18 pm
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a. There is no such thing as “custody” or “visitation” any more;
b. The person who buys a particular item during the marriage, or has it titled solely in her name, still has only a 50% ownership, and it usually doesn’t matter in whose name the property is titled;
c. “My retirement” is not just “my” retirement. It is yours equally, and; d. There are very limited conditions where a Grandparent can seek custodial rights for a grandchild.
8. If you do not get what you want at the trial level, you will have a “double whammy” in that you do not know how to appeal a case, and you probably already screwed up the record by not knowing what to present at trial.
This post was written by Burton Hunter